Summary: Ditching Suburbia is published by the Boyink family, who has lived on the road in the USA since 2010. Along the way they've met families who live on boats, in tiny houses, on homesteads, and on bikes. Each week the podcast will look at a different aspect of what a non-suburban life is like. If you have achieved the "American Dream" but found it a nightmare, if you feel like you never see your kids, if you yearn for a simpler life or more adventure - Ditch Suburbia!
We are naturally yes-butters. We strive to be yes-anders. Learn the power of the yes, and.
A recent blog post suggests we are all escaping a life we don't like and suggests fulltime RVing will provide meaning. We disagree.
That Explore, Dream, Discover quote is a good one. But Twain didn't write it.
Are you living your American Dream, or one that has been scripted for you?
Exploring three different speeds of fulltime RV travel - slow, medium and fast.
Boyink is inspired by lyrics from a song.
Richard, Devon and their two young daughters moved onto their sailboat this past summer after deciding four years ago that they wanted to quit their jobs and sail around the world.
Our 12 year old daughter didn't want to travel - here are the lessons we learned working through that with her.
Downsizing has three stages - early, middle and late. Learn what they are.
Should you stay in your suburban life so kids can be in organized sports, dance or music?
By all means blog your travels. But not for money.
Pride can be a vice or a virtue.
You can carry a lot of stuff. Or you can go more places. Which is more important?
Traveling teen learning on a budget - these 3 cheap or free events offer great learning opportunities for roadschoolers.