One of the unique challenges we have faced while living on the road has been to remember that this is “living” it is not vacation time. As such, we maintain a fairly strict work schedule, and then allow for chaos in the afternoon with the children.
This is why our posting is so sparse…
We were recently in Sacramento through the Christmas season and enjoyed a stunning display of hospitality from The Elevation of The Holy Cross Orthodox Church. Then had a 5 acre parcel and allowed us to park there for the better part of a week.
Each day, (when it was not raining cats and dogs) we would go out to their patio. Rob would throw the ball for our Goldendoodle with a kid strapped to the back and work for 5-6 hours a day. We then focus on the kids in the late afternoon, evening, and then usually continue working on our various endeavors.
The important thing to remember is not the hours worked, but the value provided to others through the work that you do. If you provide massive value to others, and you can provide that value through a mobile medium, you can work from anywhere.
Even without a boss though, you must be a tyrant with your own work schedule, otherwise it is too easy to forget that you are “living from the road” not “vacationing”.