Nomad Families to Follow

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We are truly enjoying our nomad lifestyle so far.

I love life on the road; it feels like home to me. I’ve always enjoyed travel and adventure, and after turning our first dream into a goal and accomplishing it, it was that much easier to make other dreams into reality.

Some families certainly inspired us along the way. Whether they’re temporarily or permanently nomadic, here are a few families that inspire us to fulfill our travel dreams. Check out their blogs; you won’t be disappointed.

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1. World Travel Family

I’ve followed this family for a while, and I love the tips they share about the travelling life with kids. They’ve been travelling the world by plane for many years, and I especially love the way they showhe road can actually be much cheaper than staying at home.

2. Crazy Family Adventure

I love this family and their RV’ing adventure. They share lots of awesome reviews about the places they visit, as well as tips on how to build  a bridge business before making your blog your main income earner. I’ve learned a lot from them, and I think you’ll love their blog.

3. 4NutsinaShell

I love the pictures & inspirational quotes this family shares on Instagram. They also vlog on Youtube @4NutsinaShelll, but as my data is running out very quickly these days, I haven’t watched their videos. Getting plenty of inspiration from what they share on IG, though 🙂

4. The Dirt Bag Baby

Another family I follow on Instagram is TheDirtBagBaby. These awesome adventurers set off on the Apalachian Trail when their baby was just 1 year old, and through-hiked. Then they set off on a mountain bike adventure. They’re well worth following for family adventure inspiration.

5. Live Family Travel

If you can think of a type of family travel, this family’s done it. They share tips about how to travel and work remotely, how to take a sabbatical, how to allow children to attend school in different countries, and more. If homeschooling isn’t for you, but you still want to travel with your kids on a regular basis, the tips this family offers will give you a glimpse of what’s possible.

Do you recommend any other family travel blogs? Let me know in the comments! Feel free to add your own 🙂

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