Sandi and Jimmy jumped into nomadic life not even sure if they’d enjoy it, but seven years later they have no regrets! The couple lives with their three kids in a 1999 Winnebago, which they converted when they first hit the road. There’s a full bunk room in the back for the kids and the parents sleep on the fold-out couch.
The RV is covered in awesome murals from a professional, as well as trinkets and stickers from their travels around the country. They make money as full-time content creators and “road-school” the kids. There’s a super fun video tour with the family below! Don’t miss it.
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They Hit the Road 7 Years Ago & Haven’t Looked Back
They painted all the cabinets white and added stick-on tiles.
They traded a “normal” house for an adventurous life.
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I absolutely love this family. Their home is so beautiful and light and this lifestyle is awesome. Life really is about trying new things—whether this particular choice, or another—and exploring!
Someone, many years ago, told me that life was all about habits: if you try something new, create new habits in life to accommodate your choices. That’s been my touchstone for decades how. It’s so true. I’m sure this family had to create all new habits to make this home and lifestyle work; but they’ve done it.
IMHO Our homes are the base from which we live our fullest life; they don’t define us.
This home is perfection!