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On the Road to Full-Time Airstreaming: Protecting Against the Unexpected

We’ve covered registration, mail and other things to consider, but what happens when your adventure goes awry? Today Ramona Creel is sharing about how to protect against the unexpected when you head to full-time status in Airstreaming. Here are her thoughts: When you live in one place, you normally have homeowner’s insurance that covers your physical dwelling, its contents, and your personal liability when someone is on your property. But when you live on the road, the idea of protecting your assets becomes a wee bit more complicated. And it brings up lots of questions. Will your auto insurance cover

N is for Navigation

Spring is on its way and that means it is time to say goodbye to snow and hello to warmer, sunnier adventures! We can’t wait to see what you Airstreamers experience this spring as you #LiveRiveted with family and friends. We want to help you navigate all of your travels, from jaunts into the city to cross-country road trips. With such cutting edge technology available at our fingertips today, we’re here to share with you the most innovative apps and websites to help you plan an adventure of a lifetime. Check out this list of top travel resources as you

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On the Road to Full-Time Airstreaming: Mail Forwarding

In case you haven’t heard, we’re here to provide all the details on how to pursue full-time “Streaming” if that’s your goal! Ramona Creel, a fabulous organizer and full-timer, is sharing her tips on how to become a full-timer. Today, we’re sorting through (pun intended) the ever-present question of: How will I get my mail? Check it out: Once you choose a state, it’s time to make everything legal — and for that, you have to obtain a permanent address. But a post office box just won’t cut it when you’re full-timing! You need a “mail forwarding service” that not

Making Something of Her Own

Writer and director Amy Taylor is about to begin shooting a web series based on a teen-aged detective she created named Jess Archer. When I ask her in our recent interview what she wants viewers to take away from the series, she is ultra-clear. “It’s a comedy/mystery,” Taylor says. “So I want them to laugh. Then I want them to come away realizing Jess Archer is a great character. Not a great female character, but a great character, period.” Further, she wants females to know they can play roles other than girlfriend. “I want them to say, ‘I can be