Episode 007: Crazy Family Adventure – Part 1

“The amount of freedom we have really opens the door for us to kind of be in control of almost every aspect of our life.”

This week’s guest is Bryanna from Crazy Family Adventure and we discuss how moving her family of six (8 if you count their two dogs) into an RV has helped her family come together and find happiness and freedom.

“The whole reason we did this was to really deepen our family bond.” – Bryanna

They were living the American dream … a nice house in a great suburb, a pool, stability, etc. but they knew there was something missing.

“We quickly realized […] all of our time, a lot of our money, a lot of our focus is going into maintaining this house, maintaining this lifestyle and there’s got to be something more.” – Bryanna

She discusses the struggles that come with RV life, the moments that have made it all worth it, and the top resources they’ve used to find parking for the 20 months they’ve been on the road.

“Stop thinking about it. Stop worrying about everything. That fear is never going to leave. There’s always going to be something. There’s never going to be a perfect moment or perfect time or a perfect way to do it so until you just pull the rug out and do it, you’re not going to do it. So, stop thinking about it and just go for it.” – Bryanna


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 Mentioned in this Episode:

What One Year of Fulltime Family Travel Around the US Looks Like

→ Thousand Trails

Passport America

→ Good Sam RV Club

The Bureau of Land Management

→ Verizon Hotspot


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Music Credit: Drops of H2O ( The Filtered Water Treatment ) by J.Lang (c) 2012 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://ccmixter.org/files/djlang59/37792 Ft: Airtone