Receive Mail While Traveling Full-Time

When your location is constantly changing acquiring needed things can often be difficult. Sometimes we find ourselves in places where grocery stores are hard to come by let alone more elusive items. Covid-19 has made this challenge even more difficult as a lot of stores have closed their doors. Like most people, we often need…

Nomadic Moments Prints 4 Sale!

Exciting News! We have prints-4-sale through darkroom. Since we started NomadicMoments.com, many of you have asked where you can get prints. Today, you can get up to 21 of our favorite photos printed without a watermark in several different sizes and on several different mediums: lustre paper, canvas, and—my personal favorite—metal. These Nomadic Moments prints…

Truck Camper Living – Pros vs. Cons

Many people are choosing to ditch the old American Dream of a house with a mortgage for a life of freedom and nomadic travel. There are many ways to go about full-time travel and the digital world has made it easier than ever. We call ourselves digital nomads and the one thing we all have…

The Cost of Full-Time Travel In North America

One of the most important questions and the biggest hesitation Jennifer and I had before starting our nomadic life was “How much is it going to cost?” The cost of full-time travel in North America can be hard to grasp because it is going to be different depending on you priorities. We looked at other…

Memorable Nomadic Moments – Top 10 of 2019

2019 was our first full year of nomadic travel and it has been one full of amazing destinations, wonderful people and encounters with wildlife. We haven’t even begun to tell all the stories from the epic adventures we’ve had. Traveling and working full-time isn’t without its challenges but as we look back on our 2019…

A Life of Full-Time Travel is Possible – 7 Steps

A life of full-time travel can look very different for many seeking the nomadic lifestyle. Most won’t walk out the door tomorrow and never stop. It takes preparation to live a life of full-time travel. Some will choose to live out of Airbnbs, others massive RVs, some small camper vans, others on a bike or…

Nomadic Life – Week 20 – The Outer Banks

Nomadic Life – Week 20 – The Outer Banks Nomadic Life – Week 20  started out with a long weekend in North Carolina’s barrier islands known as the Outer Banks. I drove this picturesque stretch of road over fifteen years ago and it was high on my list of places to return to in our nomadic life….

Nomadic Life – Week 19 – The Price of Freedom

Nomadic Life – Week 19 – The Price of Freedom At the start of our 19th week of nomadic life, Jennifer and I said goodbye to our family in the D.C. area and continued our drive south. Before leaving the D.C. area we stopped by Arlington National Cemetery. Autumn had arrived in Arlington and the grounds…

Nomadic Life in Washington DC – Week 18

Nomadic Life in Washington DC – Week 18 Our Nomadic Life – Washington DC edition was spent visiting family and exploring the area. We took the opportunity to rest after many weeks of non-stop nomadic adventures. The week was spent watching scary movies and shows on Netflix as it was the week of Halloween and…

Nomadic Life – Week 17 – Maine to D.C.

Nomadic Life – Week 17 Saturday was our last day in Acadia and we planned to make the most of it. We were up early and at the Thunder Hole for sunrise. The Thunder Hole is a small cave at the end of a narrow inlet that when the tide is just right it creates…