When people make the transition from a house with a yard to a RV, many miss their plants and gardens. What some don’t realize is that it is possible to live fulltime on the road with plants. You simply grow smaller plants in pots or hanging baskets. In our RV, we use pots.
When we are traveling, we stick these small potted plants in the sink. What about growing a graden? We actually have a small garden growing in our bedroom. When traveling, we stick these pots on the toilet room floor or in the shower.
If you RV, do you have plants in your rig? If you live in a house with no yard, do you have a potted garden on a patio, window sill, or counter? Don’t forget to follow my blog to keep up with our journey.
You might be wondering, “What are the Cedarwood Blocks for?”
“The unique power of cedar wood absorbs moisture and eliminates mildew and fungus. The natural wood also acts as a natural insect repellent, keeping away moths and other insects. Cedar blocks also deodorize the air and refresh the aroma in your cupboards, closets and storage spaces”
Today I decided to do another video update due to my Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis giving me so much trouble this past week. My hands have been too swollen to type a lot. I wanted to share how I deal with my Autoimmune Disease while living a minimalist lifestyle on the road. We use essential oils to help take care of our family’s minor health issues. If you are interested in buying any, check out our doTERRA website here.
If interested in some coconut oil to use on your skin, try this brand on Amazon.
Do you have an Autoimmune Disease you deal with? I would love to hear your story. Don’t forget to follow my blog to keep up with our journey.
So many people outside the RVing world, think Fulltime RVing is just a permanent vacation. Sometimes it is very nice but, whether you are a young family or a retired individual, there are some routine maintenance and cleaning things that should be done on your rig. Today I want to share some of the areas you should probably deep clean occasionally in your home on wheels.
Do you clean any of these in your RV? Keep a look out for the next routine cleaning post. Follow my blog to keep up with our journey.
I have slowly been revealing the contents in the minimalist RV Kitchen. You can read more at the link above. Today I want to share what is in the big corner cabinet underneath my sink. This cabinet is accessible from the sink side or beside the rv door.
Flat Cast Iron Skillet
Medium Sized Cast Iron Skillet (I believe it is 10″ or 12″)
4-Lids, 3 for the pans and 1 for the pot on the bottom shelf.
Skillet, maybe get donated soon if I don’t use it soon.
Big Stainless Steel Strainer
Small Metal Strainer
RV Door Side
Lean Mean Grill Machine with tray
Waffler Maker-I don’t use it very often but we love waffles.
Not Pictured: Igloo Lunchbox fits in the middle and waffle maker is stood up to make it fit. Only time it is in here is over the weekend when my husband is off work.
Toaster, hardly used so stored in the back.
Well, that is it for this post. I will be sharing what is in my upper cabinets real soon. What pots, pans, and small appliances do you have in your RV or minimalist kitchen? I’d love to hear from you! Don’t forget to follow my blog to keep up with my adventures.