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If you are here, it’s probably because you love to travel, wish you had time to travel, or are bored at work. Well, we’ve been exactly where you are.
We read a lot of travel blogs that say you can book a flight, pack up, and you’re ready to go. Well… not quite.
Here, we want to be transparent about what it means to make plans to travel as a couple. Beyond that, we want to share our journey with you as it happens.
You may be wondering, Why WayPair? What does WayPair mean?
The essence of WayPair is the idea that traveling together provides more safety, support, and adventure than if traveling alone. We choose to travel together as a team, much like the way we are “doing” life.
Our goal right now is to travel full-time and work as we do so.
Over the past year, we have been figuring out how to make this “full time travel thing” happen. And we are excited to share with you that we are months away from making that a reality.
Not because we have come into a lot of money or have given up on life as we know it, but because we want to make it happen NOW.
Now, before kids, before old age, before we no longer have the motivation to dive in like we do in this moment.
Right now we abide in Austin, Texas.
Soon, we’ll be selling our things, moving out of our apartment, and making our way overseas to thru-hike the Pennine Way and Scottish National Trail.
After the 804 mile trek, we will purchase an RV to live in full-time indefinitely. Jeremy’s desire to pursue a state or national park job does not make having a house or apartment too feasible, so we decided living a mobile lifestyle makes the most sense.
Yes, you heard that right. We will be living in an RV full-time indefinitely. We have not put a time stamp on living in a rig, but we are open to living on the road permanently.
Stay tuned and we will keep you up to date on the hike, shopping for an RV, and making our way cross country to our new home.
Do you want to travel? Do you need some inspiration to make it happen?
Whatever your it may be…
Hang out with us and we’ll show you how we go from living in an apartment in a big city to a more simplified life with less.
Some of our current inspiration:
Eric and Brittany Highland of RV Wanderlust
Follow your path!