Thoughts on the value of taking time off and deciding if you should do the same.
Why you should quit waiting for life to happen to you and take an active role in planning your exit.
Figuring out what you can bring to the table as you begin your transition out out of the military.
I can’t guarantee that any of these items will be applicable to your particular path, but at the very least, they will help to place you within the same headspace we found ourselves while downsizing.
There will be plenty here that anyone can take and apply to their own personal situation–whether that’s living in a van or simply trying to reduce the amount of things they own. There might…
Have you always dreamed of flying? Have you dismissed the idea, thinking it’s too late? Fortunately for you, I have four different perspectives to share on how to become a Reserve Component pilot.
Whether you are long-term RV living or doing a short road trip with a tent, these federal lands are an amazing free resource you should be taking advantage of! In this article, I’ll cover a…
Minimalism isn’t always less expensive. I think I assumed that with less stuff there would be lower costs. After having done a bit of living this way, it seems there’s most certainly a spectrum where…
Worse, there’s a deliberate effort to distract us from simply living a fulfilling life that’s meaningful to us. We are absolutely inundated with advertisements and consumer messaging 24/7 on the TV, radio, internet, and social media.
You can find ways to give yourself options, leave a foot in the door, and provide a safety net for yourself and your family as you transition.