When planning a trip one of the biggest expenses you start to see while researching is how much you expect to spend on food. What some may not realize is you can cut out much of those unnecessary expenses by planning a bit ahead. Richard and I have made it a habit to pack nonperishable… Continue reading How to Not Spend a Million Dollars on Food When You Travel
By: Richard Furleigh “Buying a car is fun!!” - no one ever When searching for our latest vehicle here in Reno we began with not a list of vehicles, but with a list of things we wanted out of our vehicle and the whole time we were focused on making the car buying experience work… Continue reading Buying our Subi: Tumbleweed
by Richard Furleigh My best friend will be turning 31 this year. Or he would be, I mean he is, except for a sad set of events that has led him out of my life with little hope of returning. So I guess I should be saying my former best friend will be turning 31… Continue reading The Slow Burn of Toxic People
Travel: Making it Happen ~ Kristen Furleigh Travel can almost always seem to be an ever elusive endeavor. Often it feels like it is never the “right” time; is there a “right” time? I came across this quote recently, "There's never a convenient time to travel in your life. When you're young you have the… Continue reading Travel: Making it Happen
- Richard Furleigh If you read any blogs on even a semi regular basis you will have come across the “Travel is important!” “Get out and go see the world!” or the classic “Broaden your horizons!” All of which sound great but from my travel experiences in this country and abroad, miss a critical point.… Continue reading I’m in a Travel State of Mind
From Fear to Empowerment ~Kristen Furleigh Often when I talk to others about some of our life experiences I get a “Wow, I could never do that” or an “I wish I could travel but (insert: I'm too scared, don’t have the money, ect)” and “How do you do that?” but I don’t usually see… Continue reading From Fear to Empowerment
The origin story of Furleigh -Kristen Furleigh Growing up I didn’t give much thought to names. I had a name that I was given at birth that I just knew to be mine. For me it became a part of who I am. When I got to my teens I was finally truly aware of… Continue reading What’s in a Name?