We lived in 14 different cities across 11 states, drove 18 rental cars, made dozens of new friends, tried a plethora of new coffee & tea shops, and were an active part of 12 different churches. Here's what I learned.
In our years of traveling, I’ve been reminded how simple but crucial it is to actively share in each other’s lives, in the good and the bad. To offer kindness to those we know well but also those we don’t.
Feeling lonely or disconnected? Missing your old community and friends? Read this.
It's more than passports and photo ops.
Living on the road doesn't lend itself to making friendships easily. So how do we meet people? Learn how we connect with like-minded people while traveling.