It’s March 8, 2018
Hi everyone! I sit here looking out the RV window hoping for spring but all I see is a lot of snow on the ground.
But, the temperatures are slowly warming up. I barely need a jacket because the temps are hitting over 40 degrees during the day this week. The horses are starting to shed and I’m ready to put their fat, furry butts back to work.
And, once they are back in work I’m ready to put them up for sale.
Everyone asks me, “What do you do for money on the road?”
I say, “I’m a writer. I have a blog and I publish romance books on Amazon.”
But, the next job that will have my full attention is getting these horses ready to be sold.
So, the next few months of posts will center on Chili and Socks and the ongoing saga of traveling with horses.
And, the Youtube Channel
In the next few weeks, I am putting together my first 10 Youtube videos. Topics will include:
- Why We Full-time
- How we Full-time
- Videos about our Exciting Life on the Road
Why a Youtube Channel?
The biggest reason I’ve started this blog and why I’m starting a Youtube channel is to connect with people. I’m an extroverted introvert which means I like to talk with people and share ideas and hear their stories BUT I need a lot of alone time to recharge and stay sane.
I can’t hang out with a group all the time.
But, blogging and vlogging both offer a sense a community without the need to be around people all the time. It seems like the perfect fit for me to have a community but at the same time keep from overwhelming the introverted side of my personality.
Fear of Rejection
Of course, there is some fear involved. I’m worried no one will post comments on my blog or my videos. That I will be a complete internet failure.
But, fear hasn’t stopped me before so I’ll just charge ahead, posting and writing and trying to connect.
I would love to hear from you in the comments. Blogging is lonely work if no one chimes in.
Thanks for Reading and Best Travels!