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Learning In The Coffee Shop

Working from a coffee shop in Flagstaff, AZ. I brought Ava with me so she could do her school work without interrupting siblings around. To get some better light, she occupied a table on the other side of the room from me. I just looked over and she’s not doing her work …

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Celebrating 1 Year On the Road

Today we celebrate our 1-year “nomad-iversary”!

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Working From the Road

I’ve had a few questions recently about how I work from the road, so I figured I’d sum it all up in a post here. Granted, I’m sure some of these points will get out-dated at some point, but this is how I work from the road now.

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2016 Full-Timers Survey

We spent most of January boondocking with a few other full-timers. People from different walks of life, but all sharing the same desire to live on the road and explore America.

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Bedroom Remodel

To see photos from this remodel, visit this Facebook album

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Travel Is Fatal To Prejudice

Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.

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Southern California 2015

We’re finally on the road again! After a short stint in San Diego to remodel our new trailer, we decided to head North into the California high desert.

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Removing Distractions For Your Team

I’ve known far too many people who reach the coveted level of “middle management” and believe they’ve finally reached Easy Street. “Time to sit back and let the minions do my bidding!” Ok, I’m sure that’s not exactly verbalized, but delegation is easily abused by middle managers who think their primary job is to ensure everyone is typing away happily all day. (these are all the same managers you find tapping their watch when you come in too late or leave too early)

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RV Remodel

Here’s where we left off: we recently sold our 34’ 5th wheel and opted for a smaller and cheaper alternative. So we found a great deal on a 27’ travel trailer in San Diego, but she’s a 2006 and needed some updating. But we were lucky that she was used lightly and taken good care of. No systems needed to be replaced or fixed – she just needed a facelift.

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Grace Only Sticks To Our Imperfections

We don’t think of our flaws as the the glue that binds us to the people we love, but they are. Grace only sticks to our imperfections. Those who can’t accept their imperfections can’t accept grace either.

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Hi there, I'm Jon.

Writer. Musician. Adventurer. Nerd.

Husband. Dad to three. From: all over the place.

Exvangelical, but still amazed. Enneagram 7.