We’re racing across the country to get back to the west coast as quickly as possible. It’s a grueling schedule of 100-400 miles per day. That amount of driving needs good nutrition to keep going, so here is the tofu kale soup recipe I whipped up.
If you read my last post, you know we spent most of our time this summer managing health problems. It wasn’t fun, but we made it through. Now we just pay the bills as they trickle in. Here are some tips about how to deal with health emergencies, insurance, and other health-related costs while travelling.
You may have noticed an absence of posts about where we are and what we’re doing for several months. That’s because since we left the Washington, DC area in early May, we’ve been mostly stationary. We haven’t done much of anything for enjoyment. It’s been, as Lemony Snickett says, a Series of Unfortunate Events. Here’s how we spent our summer in New York.
You sold all your stuff. You said farewell (for now) to friends, family and your home town. Now you live in a box on wheels that might be 1/10th of the size of your previous home. How can good habits help make your RV life easier and better?
Travel adds a layer of complexity to healthy eating, but it is possible. Here’s my easy healthy food list for when I don’t want to cook. And it isn’t take-out or TV dinners, either, but easy enough that anyone make it.