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Making the Familiar New

I’m no stranger to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It’s one of my favorite places in New York. Yet a recent visit made me feel like I was in an unfamiliar place. How wonderful. Typically I go with one of my friends and we choose a specific exhibit we want to see. The current popular ones are about Cubism and, in the fashion arena, “Death Becomes Her: A Century of Mourning Attire.” While both were interesting, we didn’t linger in either because we weren’t compelled to dwell or immerse. Instead, we wound up playing and wandering. We floated and flitted

J is for Jobs

One thing we love about Airstreams is that they allow us to live the life of our dreams! Whether you use your Airstream for family vacations, camping trips with friends or for cross-country adventures, everyone in the Airstream family can agree that a Live Riveted life is the best. We love getting to hear stories of how people live, play and even work in their Airstreams. People nowadays are truly embracing the Live Riveted lifestyle and aren’t just living full time in their Airstreams, but working in them as well! Students over at the Columbus College of Art and Design

"Strive endlessly to stir the venturesome spirit that moves you…."

Airstream Thanksgiving

You may remember earlier this month when we introduced you to Ramona Creel. Like we mentioned, she’ll be sharing her Airstream experiences and organization tips with us to live the best Live Riveted lives we can! Today she’s sharing about her best tips for cooking a big meal in an Airstream! This comes just in time for Thanksgiving next week! Do as much prep work as you can beforehand: Tasks like chopping vegetables, mashing taters, thawing/marinating meats, measuring out quantities of dry goods, whipping together sauces/gravies, mixing up (then freezing) soup stock or dough, even baking pies and getting your made-from-scratch stuffing

Adventures in a Little-Box Lifestyle

Rolling around the aisles of big-box stores has become a norm in America, but it is not my norm. Not by a long shot. I live in an urban environment where not only would I have no way of getting most of the “big” boxes home, I wouldn’t have anywhere to store them if I did. This is why putting me in one of those stores with my mother in her sprawling suburban area can be the perfect setting for an adventure bordering on a sitcom. The 52-year-old free spirit writer and the 77-year-old feisty retiree. “Yes, Mom, those are