How to get started on that monstrous job of downsizing. A roadmap of the things you need to do to reach a minimalist life. [More] Downsizing to Move Aboard
Making Your Boat Your (Only!) Home
Moving aboard for full-time cruising is a huge change, both logistically and emotionally.
Advice from someone who has done it twice.
Wondering what to do with a lifetime of photo albums as you’re downsizing? Scanning them is a great option and this scanner makes it faster and easier than ever. [More] Downsizing: Old Photo Albums
Mail. It’s a big question for would-be cruisers. How do you get the bills, the important notices, the cards from friends? Listen in to learn the options and what works for other cruisers. [More] How Do You Get Mail?
Not sleeping well is one of the biggest complaints that new cruisers have. It’s a big change on every level — new bed, new “home,” new noises and new worries. Some tips to ease the transition. [More] Sleep . . . or Lack Thereof
How to get routine prescription medications while cruising — whether in the US or abroad. [More] Cruising and Prescriptions
There just aren’t cell towers out on the water — or in many great cruising anchorages. So how do we stay connected with family and friends? [More] Staying in Touch
Tips and strategies for dealing with US income taxes when you’re living on a boat and cruising. [More] How Do You Do Taxes When You’re Cruising?
Selling our house, we brought a bunch of stuff to the boat. Too much stuff. [More] Too Much Stuff
The officials in Green Cove Springs understand full-time cruisers (and RVers) and make it relatively painless to establish residency. Here’s how we did it, step by step. [More] Establishing Residency at St. Brendan’s Isle
As we become full-time cruisers again, why’d we choose Florida for our legal residence? [More] Why Florida Residency?