Podcast Episode: Planning for Spontaneity (S2:E2)

Podcast Episode: Planning for Spontaneity (S2:E2)

The second road-based episode of the Road Tripping in America podcast is out now! Listen on your favorite podcast app or on roadtrippinginamerica.com. Join us as we reflect on planned vs. spontaneous travel and how that translates to our life on the road. We’ll also …

Podcast Episode: On the Road…Again! (S2:E1)

Podcast Episode: On the Road…Again! (S2:E1)

Our first road-based episode of the Road Tripping in America podcast is out now! Listen on your favorite podcast app or on roadtrippinginamerica.com. Join us on Colorado’s bumpy backcountry discovery route and the Collegiate Peaks Scenic Byway as we work on finding the right pace …

Podcast Episode 4 (Series 1): Six Hours in a Mexico City Police Station

Podcast Episode 4 (Series 1): Six Hours in a Mexico City Police Station

Episode four of the Road Tripping in America podcast is out now! Listen on your favorite podcast app or on roadtrippinginamerica.com. We’re publishing the episode a little early this week, since we’ll be hitting the road this weekend! Finally!!! Today, while we finish packing, moving, …

Podcast Episode 3 (Series 1): Trading Stuff for Places

Podcast Episode 3 (Series 1): Trading Stuff for Places

Episode three of the Road Tripping in America podcast is out now! Listen on your favorite podcast app or on roadtrippinginamerica.com. In this episode, we answer our most frequently asked questions: what we’re doing with all our stuff and where we’re going once we start …

Podcast Episode 2 (Series 1): Who Needs a Toilet When You Have a Shovel?

Podcast Episode 2 (Series 1): Who Needs a Toilet When You Have a Shovel?

Episode two of the Road Tripping in America podcast is out now! Listen on your favorite podcast app or on roadtrippinginamerica.com. In this episode, we decide what to name the camper (hint: it’s Office Space related), take you on a tour of what it does …

We Have a Podcast! Welcome to Road Tripping in America.

We Have a Podcast! Welcome to Road Tripping in America.

As Paul teased the other day, we are adding a podcast to our media empire this time around. We are so excited to share sounds and stories from the road with you on our new podcast, Road Tripping in America! The podcast will be available …

What To Do, What To Do?

What To Do, What To Do?

It’s been a while since the end of our trip. It’s now been three years since we moved out of Chicago. We’ve lived in Upstate New York and Wisconsin — like really lived in these spots, we’ve signed leases plural and held jobs plural. A few weeks …

Introducing: Road Tripping in America, our book

Introducing: Road Tripping in America, our book

We’ve been hinting at this for, well, almost a year, and now we’ve finally done it: we’ve written a book. You should read it. It’s called Road Tripping in America: Short Stories from a Long Road Trip, and we’re thrilled to have it available right now on Amazon. …

State of the Union: 1H 2013

State of the Union: 1H 2013

While we’d once wrangled it into near submission, time has really started to roll lately. Here’s what we’ve been up to. Book: Done (almost) We’ve got a few people looking at the last draft of our book. As soon as we go through one more …

Six Business Travel Tips for New Business Travelers

Six Business Travel Tips for New Business Travelers

Business travel, oh business travel. For some, it’s a chance to see the world. For others, it’s a slog to be endured. Most of the time, it’s somewhere between the two extremes. Here are some ideas to make the most of traveling for work: It’s …

What’s my address? Finding a place for your mail during long-term travel.

What’s my address? Finding a place for your mail during long-term travel.

If you’re embarking on a long-term trip and selling your home or moving out of your apartment, you’ll need to find a new destination for your mail. You might be tempted to think that you can go without mail during a long-term trip, but you …

I don’t like your city. Help me get over it.

I don’t like your city. Help me get over it.

We’re still getting flack in the comments on our posts about cities that didn’t resonate with us: Austin, Salt Lake City, Savannah, Provo, the Salton Sea, Portland. The intense anger that others feel, just from knowing that two people — two strangers whom they probably wouldn’t …