Well, my friends. Our journey here has come to an end.
We’re selling our “tiny” house in Pennsylvania (and all the stuff in it).
We traded in our minivan and teardrop trailer that we used to travel in the winter.
We bought a truck and travel trailer. We’re preparing to travel FULL TIME now!
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Well, my friends. Our journey here has come to an end. . We’re selling our “tiny” house in Pennsylvania (and all the stuff in it). . We traded in our minivan and teardrop trailer that we used to travel in the winter. . We bought a truck and travel trailer. We’re preparing to travel FULL TIME now! . Continue reading at our blog (link in bio). . . . #personalfinance #rvlife #rvliving #rvlivingfulltime
Instead of rushing to financial independence like we rushed to debt freedom, we decided on a different approach to FI.
While we travel around the country, we’re going to continue growing the biz, the profit from which we’ll use to fund our travels and also the savings account we have set aside for our future real estate investments.
Getting rid of all of our stuff and our house makes our lives simpler, but our finances are simpler, too. We have very few bills, all of which are on automatic bill pay. We set a portion of our income in a savings account for real estate and quarterly taxes. We’re doing OK with money management and I really don’t have much more to say about it right now, so it seemed the right time to close this chapter.
Before I decided I wouldn’t write new blog posts here, Garrett and I talked about making this “Two Cup RV” because of all the Instagrammable moments that come with full-time travel. But, I’d rather not. I want to focus on being present in and aware of what’s around me because we worked so hard to get to this point.
What I do love to do is help others grow their respective businesses via marketing consulting — I am a GREAT “behind-the-scenes” person. Putting my energy into helping others growing their businesses is far more rewarding for me than focusing on my own stuff, which is why I worked so hard to bring the FinCon Marketplace to fruition.
Know that I’m not leaving the Internet forever. I do plan to create content in the future, but it will be an entirely different subject. You can follow me on my other Twitter account to keep in touch, but be warned, I’m sharing a lot of marketing content right now.
If you’re looking for personal finance inspiration, there are thousands of creators in the FinCon community, many of whom have been recognized by the Plutus Foundation, so I’m sure you’ll find someone you’ll like. Like, follow, share, engage, and act on the content that resonates with you because life change will be immediate and your future self with thank you for it.
If you want to meet in person, join me at FinCon in DC. Not able to make it to FinCon? Follow me on this Twitter account where I’ll share highlights from the conference and expo. Perhaps we’ll meet along the road in the future?
Much love to you all for your years of support. We wouldn’t be here without you.