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I am a Mormon Traveler

I am a Mormon Traveler

There, I said it. In the past 1 1/2 years that I have been sharing this blog with the great-wide-world beyond my family and friends, I have hesitated to to share this. Why would I hesitate?  Because the internet is a big, ugly place where people namelessly love to tear other’s words to shreds. Behind a mask of anonymity, people love to tell others that they think they are doing things wrong, and why their...

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Mourning the Loss of my Children’s American Childhood

Mourning the Loss of my Children’s American Childhood

Every once in a blue moon I mourn the loss of my children’s American childhood. Why do I feel this way, I think? It happens when I reminisce about the great childhood days I had playing in the woods, building “shoes” out of shingles to walk in the creek and catch tadpoles, building forts, climbing trees, and catching butterflies. Of the days my parents played in a band in an outdoor...

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If you think you can, you can

If you think you can, you can

Head on over to FamilyonBikes.org today, and check out my guest post: “If you think you can, you can. And if you think you can’t, you’re right.” It is a message about overcoming the criticism and skepticism of others (and yourself). You are your own worst enemy–and your own best...

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Making a living while traveling

Making a living while traveling

Today we have been featured as the first family in an interview series by Family Trek, a travel blog written by Clark & Monica–two fantastic writers! Clark & Monica’s interviews are for the purpose of revealing the various ways that traveling families have learned to make a living on the road. So, to hear the nitty gritty of what we do for a living, check out the interview here! Also,...

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About Us

About Us

We don’t like being put in boxes. We never have, and we never will! We’re not saying everyone should live outside of boxes. In fact, we understand that most people feel comfortable and safest in boxes with defined edges, defined capacities, and defined outcomes.  But for the rest of us…there is a big world out there…and there are too many things to accomplish.  Our life may not be the life for...

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The Moments that added up…

The Moments that added up…

This month’s blogging challenge from my online family travel group was to do a blog post that answers this question: What was “The Moment” when you knew you wanted to travel or change your lifestyle? After thinking about this project for a good three weeks, I’ve determined that perhaps there never was “THE moment”, rather an assortment of many moments that brought this...

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