Hello, 2020



I remember this time last year on Facebook I said that 2019 was going to explode with me and Kevin’s art, us collaborating on projects and transitioning from a conventional lifestyle to a nonconventional one.

So, did it happen?

Hell, yeah it did. ๐Ÿ˜

Here's what happened in 2019 . . .

I launched our Exploring Rabbit Holes website. http://exploringrabbitholes.com/




It's a hub showcasing our work, so everything is in one place for our readers and followers. ๐Ÿ˜Š 

In February I told Kevin I wanted to travel in a van instead of an RV. I was nervous to tell him because we had spent a lot of money on our RV and he had put in a lot of work into renovating it . . . 

. . . But I stated my case on why I thought traveling in a van would be far better than an RV.

We created a video about it and us getting the van if you want to check it out. Here’s the link to it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pv3FzUcvAIU

We got the van (2003 Ford E-250) in March and then a friend of mine who is a professional welder made the high-roof for us so we could stand up inside the van. 


Using our creativity, we then converted the van (White Rabbit) into a camper that can go off-grid with solar power and a composting toilet. 


We were able to fit the composting toilet we bought for the RV into the van. 


It does take up a lot of room, but I’ll sacrifice room for more freedom.

Also, it doesn't smell. If anything it smells like dirt when you lift the lid.

The van was white. 


Was is the keyword here.

Kevin is an artist, so he’s using the van as his canvas to paint and draw whatever he wants. 



It’s cool and as we travel, when we run into other artists, we’ll let them paint on the van as well. Then each painting and drawing will have a story attached to it.

We put a picture of most of my book covers on the high-roof, to advertise them as we travel from place to place. We also have our Dare to Live logo on the side of the van and our Exploring Rabbit Holes website logo as well.

Kevin also created some paintings on canvas that we’re going to eventually have prints made and sell.

He’s been doing a lot of journaling and blog post writing as well.

I finished writing the second book to my Legends of Deceit series.

I wrote articles and blog posts throughout 2019, and I became a Gotham Ghostwriter! 

The nerd in me loves that name “Gotham” and loves saying it. ๐Ÿ˜‚

So, 2019 has definitely been a year where our creativity exploded.

It also has been a year of doing a lot of shadow work, growing internally, rewriting our lives (no pun intended), self-discovery, changing the way we eat, minimizing our lives, and learning.

We’ve learned a lot this year.

A lot.

We also put our house up for sale and currently, it’s pending sale.

If everything goes well, we’ll be full-time digital nomads before spring. ๐Ÿš

What a way to start 2020.

2019 was a great year.

Yeah, there were some tough times, but we got through them.

As I’m writing this, I can’t believe 2020 is banging at our door.

2020!!!! ๐Ÿ˜ฒ

It’s here!

A brand-new decade! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

It’s fitting that Kevin and I are totally flipping our lives at the beginning of a new decade.

Actually, to be honest, we’ve been working on this for a little over 2 years, but it took us that long to get to where we are right now – mentally and physically.

We have a lot of plans for 2020.

Instead of calling it a resolution, I’m calling it intentions.

We intend to do a lot this year, so stay tuned! ๐Ÿ˜‰

Have a wonderful new year and be safe!

Cheers, my friends! ๐Ÿฅ‚



2 comments:

  1. Wow! Such an amazing start to the year! Can't wait to see more! Love the paint job and even the toilet you were able to install.
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  2. Thank you! We should be on the road and filming our journey soon. �� I'll check out your site. Have a great day. ��

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