A Big Change on the Horizon

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Last year when I went to Storyline Conference last year (and I highly recommend it) Don Miller suggested that we think of our life story like a movie storyboard.  Thinking that way has radically changed my perspective on where we’ve been and where we hope to be in the future.

It can be easy to get caught in these static views of our homes and family life or to over-identify with a certain label or perspective. And then when life changes suddenly,  you’re grappling with figuring out a different narrative (or maybe that’s just me!)

We still identify as an adventurous, life-loving, minimalist-living family. But our storyboard is about to take another twist. Now that we’re mostly settled in our little house, we’re trying to embrace our local culture and to dig into a more stable and soulful home life. But the biggest change?

IMAG6383We’re selling our Casita this month! It was a hard decision  (like lots of crying and second guessing), but it’s the right decision. Our family is about to undergo a big change (which I hope to share soon) and the Casita won’t be a good fit for us. Rather than store it all winter here, we’re hoping to pass it on to someone else who can love it as deeply as we do.

If you or someone you know is interested, direct message me on Instagram. We’ll be posting an official listing and video tour hopefully this weekend or early next. It’s pretty much the coolest travel trailer ever and whoever does buy it is lucky (I’m kind of already jealous of them!)

Don’t worry–travel will still be part of our family’s story, but just in a different way. And as I am able I will continue to share why we decided to sell the Casita and what are plans are for the future. One thing is for sure: we love shaking things up when life gets too settled! Stay tuned for more from our family as we embrace living small and loving our beach town community.

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