As the owners of the KOA campground in Abilene, Texas, Paul and Anita People operate the business with five of their six children.
Student reporters, age 10 to 14, who are involved in the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps cover “news for kids, by kids.” They write about current events, breaking news, entertainment stories and sports events from their hometowns and on the national stage. He writes for an audience of 25 million students.
Today’s guest is Tara Sage, the founder of RV Nomadic Living. She has been traveling the nation full-time for a number of years with her partner, Carl, to help others to embrace their dream of travel – well before they retire. Her goal is to help people get started on pursuing their dream – but faster. She does that through educational services on her website and one-on-one coaching.
More and more families are choosing intentional living in an RV as their American dream. Full-time RVers Chris and Kimberly Travaglino share tips on how select the right RV, remain connected on the road, and finance a full-time RVing lifestyle.
“Of course, if what you want is to commute to a corporate job and commit to the 30-year mortgage, that’s fine — if it’s your dream,” said Sage. “But if it isn’t, then it’s time to ask some hard questions and make some changes,” she added. “Stop waiting for later or someday to live your dreams and chart your own course. Life is way too short to be lived that way.”
More and more families are choosing intentional living in an RV as their American dream. Full-time RVers Chris and Kimberly Travaglino share tips on how make your transition to the RV lifestyle a success.