Before we let you in on the services we use to make this site possible, we want to say Thank You to a few folks. The ones listed below have been instrumental in our upcoming RV adventures. Not only do their sites provide a wealth of information, but they have each spent some time answering our questions and concerns in regards to our travels.

 

Heath & Alyssa Padgett

This young couple is awesome. They embarked on a monumental, 9-month, RV honeymoon and haven’t looked back since. They have broken many misconceptions by doing what they love, at this age, while thriving in the process.

Check out Heath’s Save Money While RVing course . . . it offers a lot.

 

Ditching Suburbia

The Boyink’s are great. They hit the road full-time when their two kids were teenagers, and have been at it for about five years now. Their site holds a wealth of wisdom, along with tons practical RVing know-how.

For the homeschoolers/roadschoolers out there, check out their eBook: Homeschooling Legally while Traveling in the US.

 

Shore Looks Nice

The Hannah’s offer up the fun and glamorous side of full-time RVing. They have been at it for a couple of years now, and present some great advice and tips for any upcoming travels.

They also created a business out of their RV, finding a way to socially promote RV dealerships and campgrounds (so if you’re interested, contact them).

 

Disclaimer: The below services include affiliate links (I know, but we didn’t want to dupe you into doing something against your will). With that said, these are services we use on a regular basis for the upkeep of this site, along with TheBestRVTravelGear.com.

 

Bluehost

   
I’m sure if you are tech savvy, then self-hosting would be a simple solution. For us, we needed something simple.

Bluehost offers a slew of hosting and interweb options. Site hosting starts at $3.49 a month, and they offer a 30-day guarantee.

We’ve used them solely for the two sites, and the service has been great. Their live-chat was extremely helpful for all our noob questions during the setup phase of things.

 

Mad Mimi

Mad Mimi Email Marketing
There are a ton of email marketing providers out there, but we settled on Mad Mimi for a few of reasons:
  1. They give you a free account, up to 100 subscribers. This isn’t a limited account either, but a full access pass to all the fun stuff like drip campaigns and other things that we haven’t even used yet. Don’t judge, we’re still figuring it all out.
  2. When we do exceed the free 100-subscriber limit, the costs are a bit lower than some of the other email providers.
  3. It is super easy to put together an email or drip campaign. Literally, drag-and-drop the text and graphics and set the parameters. For us, we needed simplicity.

 

Pic Monkey 
PicMonkey Photo editing made of win

Allow us to be up front, 90% of our pictures are taken with an iPhone 5c. I know, fancy right? Well, we think they still turn out ok . . . but Pic Monkey has been our go-to editing program.

We haven’t even scratched the surface of what their program offers, but it has proven very handy for us so far.

Maybe if you sign up, we’ll one day be able to purchase a real camera and the right software to edit professional pics . . . or not.

Give their 30-day free Royale trial a spin. If not, their free stuff works great too (hint hint).