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For Immediate Release: Delray Beach Family home after 2 1/2 Years Traveling the USA

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For Immediate Release

November 8, 2012


Prodigal Family returns to Delray Beach, Fl after over 2 years of touring the country

 DELRAY BEACH, FL — November 8, 2012 — The Traveling Travaglinos are back in their beloved hometown  of Delray Beach, FL after 37 states and 19 months on the road.

The Traveling Travaglinos


Their adventure started in the summer of 2010 when they moved out of their Delray Beach home, pulled their kids out of Henderson School, sold most of their belongings, bought an RV and headed out on the open road with their young kids in tow (Dominic 7, Blaise 6, Tonia 3 and DJ – Brand New at that time!)

Since their adventure began they have established a support group for other families traveling full time via RV or families dreaming of such an escapade. Fulltime Families.com is a one stop online destination for families seeking to “get their lives off hold and on the road”.


This support company includes a monthly magazine (Fulltime Families Magazine) two weekly radio shows (Road Rebelles Radio & Black Top Teens), biannual rv rallies (FtF Family Reunions) and a thriving community.


Kimberly Travaglino also penned two books while on the road.  “How to Hit the Road; Making Your Family’s Full Time RV Dreams a Reality” and “Buried Bliss; 7 Steps to Finding True Happiness by Losing it All”.


While an amazing experience, the Travaglino’s life on the road has not been without strife as they’ve encountered the death of a close family member, the adjustment to a completely radical lifestyle, at times a lack of family support, and numerous expensive repairs including dropping the camper and a brand new engine.


I hope you will take the time to interview this intrepid family while they are in the area for a short time.  They are inspiring families across the country to dream a new “American Dream” and would love to be an encouragement for their previous south Florida neighbors.  Before long, they’ll be back on the road heading to destination unknown.



For more information:

Kimberly Travaglino, 561-305-3829, mailto:Kimberly@fulltimefamilies.com


Visit our website at www.fulltimefamilies.com

These Books Can Help You Get Your Life Off Hold and On the Road

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“I love all the options you provide for each stage in preparing my family to launch our full time rv life, but I’m really interested in what YOU did.  Can you tell me how you personally handle things like adhering to homeschool laws and how you finally chose the RV that fit your family?”

Each section of HTHTR Revised Edition now includes a “What the Traveling Travaglino’s Did” so we can share exactly what worked and what we would have done differently.

“You list a lot of options for making money on the road, but what have you seen families have the most success with?”

In the “How Can We Afford This” section, I’ve listed the opportunities that I’ve seen many families successfully support themselves with.  I also include the proven, trusted resources and providers of those opportunities.

I’ve added Family Activity Guides to help encourage your family to set goals together to achieve this dream.

I’ve doubled the “We’ve Made it; Now What” section, including information on:


And while I am thrilled with the this new version, I am busting with the spin off project that came out of this overhaul.

For years, I’ve wished for the perfect journal where I could record exactly why I felt compelled to uproot my family from all that was known and comfortable and trade our old life for all the uncertainty of life on the road.  A book that would challenge me to answer the questions that really mattered, to distill what I really wanted my life with my family to look like.  A book that spoke of not only what we hoped to achieve, but what we (all of us) gave up to pursue this life.

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Where, in my own hand writing, I would be able to convey my hopes and fears and dreams and aspirations.  A place to record our bucket list and accomplishments, with space to record contact information for people we crossed paths with.  A place to prepare for our journey that would stand the test of time and become a treasured keepsake.

This idea churned in my mind for several years, and then a designer who could bring it to fruition appeared.  Megan Jurvis, fellow full time traveling mom and graphic designer extraordinaire, assembled the scattered jottings and renderings of a tattered notebook into a work of art.

The result is “Our Journey Journal; How we made our full time rv dreams come true” a stunning professionally designed and typeset journal where you can record the events of this critical time.

What will yours be filled with?

What will yours be filled with?

“Our Journey Journal” is a one of a kind journal for the trail blazing family.
The prompts in this book have been thoughtfully compiled to help you and your loved ones, with each step of this lifestyle transition.
You’re about to embark on a huge adventure and within these pages is your place to record:
your reasons
your hopes
your desires
your impressions
your reservations
your achievements
your downsizing efforts
your bucket list
your packing guide
your budget
your home on wheels shopping experiences
and ultimately your launch.
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With timelines, interactive projects, worksheets and places to include family photos, this book can be the catalyst to a whole new life for you.
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Journaling and preserving your impressions through your own hand writing now, will help motivate you through the more challenging times and will surely become a treasured keepsake for generations to come.
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Give yourself, your family and your future generations the gift of your insight into the aspects that encouraged you all to take this leap of faith and the steps that allowed you to realize this monumental goal.
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We are currently taking pre-orders for these companion books.  For a limited time, you can get both the revised edition of “How to Hit the Road” and “Our Journey Journal” at an introductory sale price.

Choose Your Bundle

e-Bundle, formatted for your e-reader and print your Journey Journal on demand.

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Hard Copy Bundle, professionally bound editions.

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Both bundles also include the following enhanced media downloads:

  • Full time RVing Family Budget Worksheets
  • Full time RVing Children Wardrobe Lists
  • RV Packing List
  • RV Shopping Worksheets
  • Junior Journey Journals
  • RV Maintenance Checklists for Driveables and Towables
  • Roadschool Planner
  • Free Lifetime updates. You’ll receive free e-updates to both of these books for your lifetime.*

This is a limited time offer.  Both books will be released in e-version and hard copy on September 1st, 2015, at which time, prices will go up.  Secure the lowest prices and be the first to receive your copy. 

If you’re a previous “How to Hit the Road” reader, contact kimberly@fulltimefamilies.com for your free update.




Gardening in Your RV; How to Grow a Garden on the Go

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One of the things I miss from my Sticks and Bricks life, is my garden. The ability to walk outside and harvest fresh grown, organic produce for free is something I know a lot of full time rvers miss.  So when I saw Ashleigh Priest’s pictures of her “garden on the go” on the Fulltime Families Facebook Group, I got very excited and asked her to write an article on just how she made her mobile garden a reality. Here’s what she had to say:

Rver Rver, How Does Your Garden Grow?

Rver Rver, How Does Your Garden Grow?


2015 has brought my family a few epiphanies. We had a rough winter for 2014. Too much of it was spent in our camper, as this Floridian family tried to adjust to a Minnesota winter.  It seemed something was always happening. First our truck needed an expensive repair. Our water access port kept busting every couple of weeks. The truck broke down a second time. A third time. We were behind on all bills.  Bad weather, meant work days missed and money was tight.  Some weeks we had to decide between food or paying the cellphone bill. Food obviously came first.

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RV Garden

Boy food is ridiculously expensive! How do people with large families do this?

Here’s epiphany number one.

If only we had a garden we could have healthy food. Too bad we travel.

March came around and my back went out. I’m young. This should not happen. It’s always attributed to my weight. Yes, I’m very unhealthy.

This was epiphany number two.

I NEED to get healthier! I really wish we could have a garden. How can this become something we can do?

I did research. Joined gardening groups on Facebook. Asked if anyone in the traveling groups have a garden. The limited replies I received were in the “that’s a cool idea” vain..  and if I followed through with the garden to keep everyone posted.

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Garden on the Go

So, I got to work.

I planned out what I wanted to grow. What I’d use for containers. How to make my own compost (what’s a better fertilizer than compost 😉 ).

My original plan was to build planter boxes from pallets, have holes on both sides, put some rope through the holes, and make a loop on each side.

Then take two 2x4s, drill 7/8 inch holes in them and put a wooden dowel in the holes after putting the dowels through the rope and hang up the planter boxes. The 2x4s would have a rubber covering on the top and lean against the camper.

Phew! Let me say if that sounded like a lot of work, it was! With two toddler boys, I was already stretch thin. I got two planters built and that was that.

I planted sweet peas and green beans in the boxes.

Then I simplified.  I used four 5 gallon buckets to plant tomatoes and corn in. Everything got covered at night because there were still cool nights.

Then we got a surprise snow! That storm killed all my plants except my sweet peas. I decided to wait until May to replant.


This time I had a different plan.

I bought some storage tote boxes, soil, pea pebbles.

I took my original 5 gallon buckets, and with a hammer, and a nail, poked 4 holes in the sides of the buckets at the bottom. I put about 3 inches of pea pebbles in the bucket then filled up the bucket about 2/3 full with soil and added my seeds for corn and tomatoes (I feel like I just did this lol). Finally, I watered the seeds and set them aside.

I replanted green beans in the wooden box I used before. I watered them and put the box aside.


I was ready to expand my garden.

Butter crunch lettuce, spinach, green bell pepper, parsley, and basil seeds were all planted in the storage totes, which had been prepped like the buckets, with several holes and pea pebbles topped with soil.

In one tote, I planted the lettuce and spinach together. This way I have an instant salad with the combination of these greens.

The other box was a little more tricky. I went to Dollar Tree and bought two long, plastic planter boxes. I poked holes in them. Next I filled the tote box the way I did the other containers. I then grabbed two pieces of broken concrete blocks we had laying around and placed them on top of the soil in the tote box. Afterwards I placed the Dollar Tree plastic planters, each on the concrete pieces. There was space in between these, which is where the green bell pepper was planted. In one planter I put seed for basil and the other for parsley.

So far everything has sprouted wonderfully. I’ve harvested two large handfuls of sweet peas already. My lettuce has been harvested for salad as I please. My corn is growing along with my tomatoes. My last box has just sprouted in the last couple weeks.


The dirt on dirt.

I mentioned compost earlier. We made our own compost as well. We bought a Roughneck tote box (I think like 3 gallons) in dark blue. We have put in things such as used coffee grounds and filter, banana peels, orange peels, egg shells, ashes, mud, corn husks, and whatever else we thought of. We then bought fishing worms (don’t judge) and added them to the box as well. We read that the worms help aid in the breakdown of the matter and their excretions are good for the soil. I will be adding some compost to each plant this week.

I have been asked how we will transport our garden when we move. We have a bumper pull travel trailer so we are able to put the garden in the bed of the truck. We have a contractors topper on our truck so the garden will be protected during travel. As for crossing borders, we’ve never been somewhere we have been stopped, so we will address that if we ever encounter that problem. So I will say, use your best judgement and plan ahead.

Another option would be to place your garden in your shower during moves.

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I’m excited to see how well our traveling garden does. I hope to have enough of a harvest to give me the opportunity to learn to can as well.

For those considering gardening on the go, this is my first garden ever. I have not killed the plants this go around (so far). If you put your mind to it and do some research, you can do it! Happy trails!

Ashleigh Priest is a proud wife of a union pipe welder/fitter. Mother of two rambunctious toddler boys, traveling this great land since 2011. Always looking for the best in life to make my family the happiest and healthiest it can be.

You can find her on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/ashleigh.huggins1?fref=ts

Dealing with NaySayers and Negative Nelly’s

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Naysayers Show ButtonAnyone that has ever aspired to be anything less than traditional has been faced with discouragement in one form or another. If you live in an RV fulltime and homeschool your kids, chances are you have already traveled on Negativity Highway with friends and family members. In a world where many look to others for the measurement of success, it is easy to follow the dreams of another. Commonly, achievements of the modern American family are based on the size of a house, the level of participation in extracurricular activities, and estimated annual income as evidenced by beautiful pictures on social media accounts.

As a fulltime traveling roadschool mom, I have faced my fair share of naysayers. In the beginning, I was respectful and complacent. I listened to the many forms of less than encouraging words and looked away from the faces of disapproval. To be honest, sometimes I wondered why in the world I wasn’t satisfied with the rat race that everyone else seemed to be enjoying. For many months, I tried to paint the picture of my life so that others would see it in the same light. When I came across this quote from author, John Eliot, I was immediately inspired:

History shows us that the people who end up changing the world – the great political, social, scientific, technological, artistic, even sports revolutionaries – are always nuts, until they are right, and then they are geniuses.

From that day, I found these five ways to intentionally CRUSH the naysayers from my everyday life:

Consider the source. I take a close look at cynical conversation and quickly analyze if I want to be where that person is in his or her life. If the person I am talking to is not an expert or has experience in the subject, I discount the advice being given. I do not let someone steer me down the path of their own dreams or more importantly, away from their own fears. A short evaluation of the naysayer’s background will undoubtedly lead you in the opposite direction.

Remember your vision. Think about your dreams. Tackle your fears. The best way to do all of these things is to surround yourself with enablers. Instead of facing negativity, invest your time with positivity. How can you expect to do amazing things unless you have amazing dreams? Reflect on your past, concentrate on the present, and look to the future while always keeping the prize in focus.

Understand your position. You are the person who holds the key to your destiny. Decide who you want to be, not what you want to be. Lewis Carroll once said, “If you don’t know where you are going, then any road will get you there.” By developing a strong sense of who you are and the goals you have for yourself, following a clear path to success will come naturally.

Safeguard your aspirations by keeping your goals from the killjoy that is waiting to tear apart your ambitions. Naysayers are skeptical in nature and will do nothing more than inject negative energy into your otherwise positive existence. They will point out all the horror stories that may possibly occur while weighing you down with emotional baggage. Your dreams are precious, keep them safe and free from the suffocation of a wet blanket.

Have faith.When I intentionally activate my faith, I am reminded that I will persevere. I am aware of my fears but do not let them serve as a guide to where I go or will not go. Fear is only faith that something will not work out. Do not let the naysayers voice of gloom snuff out the spark that ignites the fire of your dreams. Energize yourself with faith and carry on!

There will be trials and tribulations in everyday life. Routinely, road blocks will require detours in the journey ahead. Being intentional in achieving your goals and crushing naysayers from your immediate future will put keep you moving in the right direction of your dreams.

To hear more about tuning out the naysayers in your life and how Mary Beth and Kimberly handled this issue themselves click here: http://ultimateradioshow.com/dealing-with-nay-sayers-and-negative-nellies/

This episode produced by Forge Fire Media.  The Roadschool Moms recommend Forge Fire Media for your audio needs.

Roadschool Moms is a live, one-hour weekly broadcast dedicated to the needs and challenges facing today’s roadschool moms. Kimberly Travaglino, of Fulltime Families, and Mary Beth Goff, the Road Trip Teacher, team up every week to offer listeners a fresh take on homeschooling while traveling full time, working in current events and featuring a mix of expert guests.

Avoiding GMOs on the Road

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There’s a company called Monsanto…..there are things called GMOs….you need to know about both.  Who is Monsanto?  Primarily, a company that makes pesticides, herbicides, and, oddly enough, the seeds for many foods we eat, some of which are genetically engineered. Their primary consumer is obviously farmers, so, while a food you eat wasn’t PRODUCED by Monsanto, it was technically MADE by Monsanto.

Fruit and vegetable variety.

Fruit and vegetable variety.

On November 6, 2012, in the wake of one of the most expensive and scurrilous smear campaigns in history, six million voters scared the hell out of Monsanto and Big Food Inc. by coming within a razor’s edge of passing the first statewide mandatory labeling law for genetically modified organisms (GMOs)..

Prop 37, a California grass roots citizens’ ballot initiative that would have required the mandatory labeling of billions of dollars of genetically engineered (GE) foods and put an end to the routine industry practice of fraudulently marketing GE-tainted foods as “natural” or “all natural,” lost by a narrow margin of 48.6% to 51.4%.  http://www.commondreams.org/view/2013/01/03-9.   The battle for GMO labeling and numerous challenges against the industrial food system will continue in 2013.

It has permanently altered the national debate surrounding food safety, chemical-intensive agriculture, and sustainability. And it put the consumers’ right-to-know and truth-in-labeling on the table for millions of Americans.  Prop 37 has exposed the dark side of Big Ag and Big Food, and their desperation to keep U.S. consumers in the dark about whether or not our food has been genetically engineered, a fundamental right enjoyed by citizens in over 60 other countries.


A number of large food companies that dumped big money into defeating Prop 37 – companies like Kellogg’s, General Mills, Unilever, Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Kraft and Dean Foods, own “natural” or organic brands. Those brands, including Kashi, Muir Glen, Cascadian Farm, Ben and Jerry’s, White Wave, Horizon and others, are starting to feel the heat from angry consumers who have joined the traitor boycott.  How long will the nation’s food manufacturers and supermarket chains carry the water and do the dirty work for Monsanto and biotech industry?

A little-noticed rider in legislation, dubbed the Monsanto Protection Act by critics was signed into law by President Obama, March 26th, 2013.  It is sparking outage and I hope it gathers wider media attention and scrutiny.  Government not looking too smart that this “slid in”!  But as you know from my blogs, big biz and big government have been in bed with each other for a long time.  http://live.huffingtonpost.com/#r/archive/segment/obama-slammed-for-signing-farmer-assurance-provision/515a1b6efe344451ee000507

New peer-reviewed research published shows the results of the first animal feeding trial into the life-time exposure of Roundup tolerant GM corn and Roundup, the world’s best selling weed killer. The study, published online by the scientific journal, Food and Chemical Toxicology, shows that levels currently considered safe can cause mammary tumors, kidney and liver damage, in laboratory rats.   http://www.sustainablefoodtrust.org/2012/09/safe-levels/  .

Monsanto’s products cause death. They compromise and violate life.   Monsanto’s GM corn grows a toxic chemical right inside each and every corn kernel. This corn is what is subsequently eaten by humans.    Instead of working with the beauty, the genius and the abundance that has already been engineered into nature, Monsanto seeks to violate nature, overriding healthy plant genes with poison genes that generate insecticides right inside the crops.  Instead of honoring the natural ability of seeds to reproduce generation after generation, Monsanto develops “terminator seed” technology that causes seeds to self-terminate after one generation.  Roundup herbicide devastates soils, rendering them contaminated and unable to produce healthy crops using traditional (or organic) farming methods. Once a farm plot is destroyed with Roundup, that farmer is forever enslaved to a chemical-based farming protocol. It’s unhealthy, it’s a disaster to the environment, and the actual crop yields are LOWER than with organic farming, over a period of five years or more.  By encouraging farmers to spray literally millions of acres of farmland with Roundup, Monsanto is engaged in a conspiracy to destroy our agricultural heritage and turn us all into “food slaves” that must pay tribute to Monsanto.

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/037289_Monsanto_corporations_ethics.html#ixzz2PVaI5UW6

The “Monsanto Protection Act” effectively bars federal courts from being able to halt the sale or planting of controversial genetically modified (aka GMO) or genetically engineered (GE) seeds, no matter what health issues may arise concerning GMOs in the future.    The provision’s language was apparently written in collusion with Monsanto. Lawmakers and companies working together to craft legislation is by no means a rare occurrence in this day and age. But the fact that Sen. Roy Blunt, Republican of Missouri actually worked with Monsanto on a provision that in effect allows them to keep selling seeds, which can then go on to be planted, even if it is found to be harmful to consumers, is stunning.   Corporate greed over service to humanity and signed by our President!  This is, in my opinion, the worst corrupted health issue of our times.  So, what to do?  Even if you buy organic, you are still subject to GMO because labeling is not required.



Responsible companies are taking on the expense of labeling their foods NON –GMO and this website can direct you to companies that are participating.  http://www.nongmoproject.org/find-non-gmo/search-participating-products/
Corn and Soy are the highest GMO output at this time.  I stay away from that almost completely.  Protect your families from GMOs!


Daryl Meyer-Hall is the Fulltime Families Magazine, Healthy Living Expert.
Health Coach, Certified in Plant Based Nutrition you can see more of her articles at www.nothinbutnatural.com – Young Living Distributor #941690


My Indy Dream Job – Exercise 2

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Exercise 2 is right here for you: Exercise 2 – Finding your Expertise

Earning Money While on the Road and Loving It – Guest Post

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“Are you nuts?” was a common reaction when we told our family and friends that we’re selling our house and moving into our RV full time. We’ve been talking about doing this for years…but when the economy took a nosedive, we put it off.

Anyone who knows anything about RVing knows that it’s gotten fairly expensive.  The price of fuel keeps going up (especially diesel which is what we use), the parks are raising their fees, and, of course, there are always unexpected repairs to pay for.

Want more info?  Click here.

Hi, my name is Chris Butler and I’m the guest blogger today with a little secret that I want to share with you. This secret is what’s helping us enjoy the freedom and lifestyle of full time RVing.  And, it might be the answer for you too.

You see before I discovered this secret, my husband Jim and I were getting concerned that our life dream was disappearing. That’s when I got a letter from Paul Hollingshead of AWAI (American Writers & Artists Inc.) asking me if I could write a simple letter.

My initial reaction was, of course I can! I love to write and I had lots of encouragement about my writing from the folks around me.

Best of all, it was something I could do from the road.

Paul went on to explain that these letters were about things people are interested in – like health topics or investing or new products that can help improve their lives.

He said, “The goal is to get people to take some kind of ‘action’ … whether it’s to try a new product, vote a certain way, donate to a worthy cause or simply request some information.
“What’s more,” he explained, “there’s a simple formula for all these kinds of letters. Once you master it, there’s no limit to the amount of money you can make writing them.  And that’s because these letters are the lifeblood of a $2.3 trillion industry – and companies all over the world depend on them for their business.”
He finished with, “Learn how to write them and you’ll never have to worry about money again.”
So I gave it a try and as they say…the rest is history.

Want more info?  Click here.

AWAI offered us an alternative so we didn’t have to give up on our dream. The skills they teach  taught me how I could keep traveling and make a decent income while doing it.
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Once I got my business going, we made the big decision.  We knew there was no better time than right now to pursue our dream. We put our house on the market, put a few things in storage, and moved into our 40-foot motor coach.

We already had over 100,000 miles on our Rig, but this time was different. We no longer had a home to go back to. But we were ready. We laid out a plan to tour the country with two of our goals being to see as many National Parks and visiting as many states as we can.

We’ve covered a lot of territory in the last two years and have seen some great sights. Everything from hometown country fairs in Washington State, to the Oregon Coast, to the gulf waters off the coast of Mustang Island, TX and everything in between.

We’ve seen a lot of the West Coast and the Midwest and I’ve been writing the whole way. Our kitchen table takes on many functions:

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Now we’re working our way East. We have plans to follow the fall colors down the east coast, play golf courses along the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail through Alabama, tour Nashville, TN and then visit Alaska and the Yukon with some friends we’ve met along the way. We’d like to hit all 49 states if we can (don’t think they make floats for a rig to get to Hawaii!) as well as many of the Canadian Provinces.

We have big plans and my pursuing a writing career has made it possible.

To learn more about earning money while on the road like Chris does, click here.

1000 Days on the Road!

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Thank You Arnold Family for delicious cake!

What does 1000 days on the road look like? What does it feel like? Are we tired of our nomadic life? Has the excitement worn off?

For us, 1000 days on the road have been filled with friends we call family, thousand of miles and millions of memories.

The experiences we have amassed in these last 1000 days have changed us. We no longer measure our success in stuff! We are fulfilled by our opportunities to help other families. Whether it be helping a family launch into their own full time rv lifestyle, helping a family redecorate their camper, or even helping unstick a black tank or two.


As many of you, when we were dreaming of full time rving with our kids, we were focused on all the things we would see like The Grand Canyon, Sunrise at Cadillac Mountain, and Cadillac Ranch. While these were amazing sights to see, they pale in comparison to the times we’ve shared laughing til our sides hurt and crying til our tears ran dry with the other intrepid families who have made the ultimate gamble and like us… WON!

and now, as we are looking forward to our next 1000 days, I can say with confidence that full time rving with our kids is just as exciting as it was in the beginning!

If you want to see how it all began, you can check out this video…




GIVEAWAY!!! 1000 Days on the Road for the Traveling Travaglinos!

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To celebrate our 1000th day on the road, we are hosting a GINORMOUS Giveaway!!!

How to Enter:

1. Have a blog

2. Write a blog post about Fulltime Families.

3. Include a link to Fulltime Families.

4. Submit your blog post to us on the form below.

That’s it! It’s sooooo simple!!!

All entries will be verified and winners will be chosen randomly


  • 20 Fourth Prize Winners will receive a free e-copy of our bestselling workbook “Buried Bliss; 7 Steps to Finding True Happiness by Losing it All”
  • 10 Third Place Prize Winners will receive a free copy of our Bestselling Book, “How to Hit the Road; Making Your Families Fulltime RV Dreams a Reality”
  • 5 Second Place Winners will receive a free year’s subscription to Fulltime Families Magazine
  • 3 First Place Winners will receive a free Annual Membership to Fulltime Families


  • 1 GRAND PRIZE WINNER will receive a FREE LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP to Fulltime Families

Details: Contest runs from Midnight Feb. 17th to Midnight Feb. 25th, 2013 (est)

Winners will be announced at noon on Feb. 25th, 2013.

One entry per person. For extra chances to win multiple members of your household may submit their own blog posts also.

So what should you write about?

Here are just some suggestions:

  • Did you attend an FtF Rally? Tell us about your experience.
  • Are you a regular reader of FtF Magazine? Give us a review.
  • Are you a proud member of FtF? Tell us why.
  • Have we (the Traveling Travaglinos) spent any of our 1000 days on the road with you? Remind us of all the fun we had!
  • Has FtF had a positive influence on your family’s life? Tell us about it!

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