Find financial independence, take control of your own future, figure out the travel style that’s right for you, and live a life of perpetual travel. This is how.
How to Make a Living on the Road
A plethora of information from initial steps to actual positions that are traveling compliant to stories of people who are already doing it. We live and work on the road, so can you!
Seven Non-techy Ways to Make a Living While Traveling Full-time
Various ways traveler's make a living outside of the world wide web.
How Full-time Nomads Make a Living While Traveling
The survey results are in...how do people make a living while traveling? Do they have kids or are they young and free? What kinds of jobs do they do? Updated for 2015!
Created way back in 1995, CoolWorks.com connects travelers with seasonal working opportunities in killer locations like Yosemite, Yellowstone, or anywhere else you might want to work in the glory of this great nation.
Hippohelp: Find Work While You Travel
Today I’ll introduce hippohelp, a new platform connecting hosts with travellers all over the world. With hippohelp hosts can get more done, travellers can save money, and everyone can participate in a meaningful cultural exchange. Win-win-win! Lets get started! Meet hippohelp Hippohelp makes it possible for travellers to live for free in other peoples homes,
In 2018 my husband and I decided that we wanted to spend our fall season as Amazonians. We figured it would be good money, and it fits perfectly with our current workamping schedule. There’s not a ton of info out there on the Camperforce program, let alone working at Amazon when you have a family
Work from Home Jobs
Henrik Harju is a location-independent entrepreneur who lives in Helsinki, Finland. More specifically, he’s a developer who’s created several websites that allow him a life of relative freedom. We caught up with him in Berlin to ask a few questions about his latest project, a website dedicated to helping other developers easily find jobs which
How to Make Money While Living and Traveling in a Van
Vanlife has become more than just a passing fad taken up by a few travelers tired of sitting still or not wanting the bulk of an RV. It’s so popular that even major news outlets cover it, people are spending $100,000 or more on vans just to #vanlife on the weekends, and everyone from Donald
Working Remotely from the Road in a Vanagon
Jorge of Live Work Wander extolls those insider trips any digital nomad will need to make working and living on the road from a van work.
Can you Make Money Blogging?
An interview with Corbett Barr, entrepreneur and blogging consultant, on whether blogging can be financially sustainable.
How I Lowered My Rent to $8.50 a Day
Lower your rent, see the world by RV, become your own awesome!
Discount Programs for Full-time RVers & Vandwellers
Covers the best clubs for saving money while RVing, especially if you full-time.
The Complete Guide to Choosing and Buying RVs for Full-Time Traveling
We cover every type of RV, including vans and travel trailers, and what they're like to travel full-time in + how to look through one when you buy it and so very much more!
How Everything in an RV Works
From electrical wiring to dumping your sewage, the unabridged guide to everything RV.
Living in an Airstream
The tale of four different Airstreams and their occupants. Traveling the nation, living in style and making the most of life.
Can I Live in a Van?
Sure, living in a van sounds sweet, but can I do it? Can I convince my significant other to drop this cozy pad in Lush City and give up the lattes, Whole Foods, double ply toilet paper and this big, big bed we currently have grown accustom to? Good question. I’ve personally had three vans in
Skoolies: People Living out of Converted School Buses
When I was a kid, I hated school. But I loved the bus. That was the time when all hell broke loose. Anarchy, really. A single adult against thirty or so kids, and he has to sit behind the wheel. We were bad. He was nice. Kids are jerks, what else can I say? As
Full-time Living on a Small Sailboat
Hi, my name is Fabio and at a certain moment in my life I decided that I wanted to sail and live on a small sailboat. It was an unconscious decision, that revealed itself in stages. The first step was living aboard a sailing yacht in a group of remote islands of Venezuela, without even
Living in a Truck Camper
The 100% 411 on choosing a truck camper for full-time traveling and overlanding. The different styles, pros, cons and real world examples from a couple who has done it for years.
How to Sail Full-time
A full-time sailor takes us from purchasing a boat, preparing your mind, and launching off to living with less, keeping watch and exploring the world. Plus a little fun sailor terminology thrown in for good measure.
Vandwelling in Five Steps
Get your mind straight, find the right van for you, ditch your stuff, what you will need and how to earn some cash and maybe save a little, too.
Full-time Travel by Bicycle
Extensive, in-depth interviews with a family who rode bicycles from the top of Alaska to the tip of Argentina and a man who is currently riding solo around the world.
This is Boondocking
Guides to getting setup with electric, water, how not to trash the place and a handful of the best places to camp for free.
Free Camping in the National Forests of the United States
A thorough guide to camping in national forests. Sorted by state, awesomeness, and more stuff the camper in you will love.
Every National Park Suitable for Vandwelling or RVing
Every national park in the United States that has a campground suitable for RVs, or at least vans. Filters for finding those with cell service, electric and more! Over 200 campgrounds!
A Complete Guide to RV Camping in State Parks of the United States
Every state park in the fifty United States which offers camping suitable for RVs. Info on fees, hookups & more.
Best National Parks for Remote Workers
Every national park in the United States with a campground that boasts good or great cell service, many of which come with electric.
The Best BLM Camping in the American West
The wild open wilderness of every American's backyard. Notes on cell coverage, specific sites in each state, photos and general vibe included.
How Much Does RV Camping Cost per Night?
Charts and statistics on every state in the United States. How much private and public campgrounds cost, as well as free camping, focus on RVs and vanlife.
The best places to survive the winter in your RV, including temperatures and pricing across California, Arizona, Texas and Florida.
How to Find Campgrounds with Cell Service
How to find places to camp where you can work remotely online, how that all works, the pros and cons of cell service for internet, and more fun stuff!
Raising Kids on the Road
Notes on how to raise up those children on the road, and why it is absolutely the way to go.
Raising Newborns on the Road: Is it a Good Idea?
Hells yes it is. Here's our ample years of proof and experience. With pictures.
Is Full-time RVing Safe for Kids?
It’s a common argument when families tell their friends and extended family, “We’re going to live in an RV!” “But,” the response undoubtedly arises, “isn’t that dangerous?” And it’s a valid question, often posed out of love. Grandma doesn’t want little Johnny getting snatched up by these evil border hoppers or Suzy Q. getting bitten
A thorough rundown of road schooling from a family of six who've done it for years and years now, from pre-school aged children through high schoolers. Resources, testimony and advice.
Roadschooling for Elementary-Aged Children
Actual lessons and curriculum, ideas and more for how to teach young children while traveling full-time or otherwise.
Roadschooling with The Bare Naked Family
The story of a family who broke the mold, sold their stuff, bought an RV and hit the road full-time, teaching their kids the meaning of life all along the way.
Hiking with Kids
Thorough explanation of how to turn hiking with kids into a success. Covers what to bring, and not bring, and hiking with kids by age.
Ten National Parks for Guilt Free Unschooling
Our favorites for letting the kids live wild...and learn a little something at the same time.
How We Pack Two Toddlers, a Teenager and their Parents into a VW Bus
Morning can’t come early enough. I rustle around in the mishmash of blankets left over from the previous seven hours of sharing the top bunk of our Bus with my soon-to-be 5 year old son, Winter, and hope the glow of sunrise will illuminate the yellow canvas sides of our pop top. It goes straight
What to Expect from the Internet while Traveling
We review several methods of connecting to the web, rate them, and discuss the pros and cons of each. From tethering your iPhone to coffee shops and more.
The Post Office, Mail and Bills
Various ways to receive mail as a full-time traveler with no fixed address, as well as tips on paying bills and how to digitize everything.
Showering & Bathrooms
Where to find hot, clean showers and how to relieve yourself for those travelers who have no built-in shower and bathroom.
How to find medical help, get health insurance, and all the little things like regular checkups, for full-time travelers.
The story of minimalists, those who choose to live with less in order to find happiness, time and fulfillment in their own lives. Includes interviews with Joshua Fields Millburn, Colin Wright, Nina Yau and more.
How to Get Rid of Your Stuff
A short tutorial on how to rid yourself of all of the stuff, aka junk, that one can accumulate over years spent living in a stick house, with the ultimate goal being to hit the road full-time.
How the US Highway System Works
A complete walk thru of the system behind the US Highways, and how to navigate them without a map if necessary.
House Swapping: How to Get a Free Vacation Rental
The ins and outs of trading your home, in your location, for someone else's in a place you want to visit. Free rent, you get to live more like a local, and it's a great way to open up your ability to have a little faith in mankind!
Vacation Rentals 101: How to Rent Short Term Housing for Travelers
Step by step guide to renting vacation houses for a month to six months at a time, for the purposes of traveling full-time.
Useful Info I Wish I Would Have Known Before I Started Full-time RVing & Vanliving
This August will mark our family’s tenth anniversary of traveling full-time in an RV, then a VW Bus, then an Airstream, and then in vans again. It has been a beautiful ride. A decade of seeing everything from the coasts of Maine to the shores of Baja, the towering grandeur of Vancouver, BC to harpy
How to Identify Trees for Beginners
How to get started identifying trees. Covers conifers and broadleafs, with a focus on the Western United States. Free printable pocket guide.
Football for Travelers
Discusses the various ways to catch your favorite team's games while traveling. From which bars have all the games to current available online resources to what it would be like to follow a team.
Traveling with Pets
A look at the realities of traveling full-time with cats and dogs. Is it fair to them? Is it easy? Are there limitations?