Family on the move, currently in Spain!

Welcome to Nomadly in Love!

Hi, I'm Stevie-- mom, wife and chief storyteller here. Thanks for stopping by.

Six years ago, we moved into our converted Sprinter van and abandoned home for the open road. Eighteen countries and one baby later, we're still cruising.

We share our journey through photos, essays, and recipes with the explicit intention of inspiring others to live their passion. We write posts ranging from daily life updates to stories about personal transformation, road-schooling, and nomadic life. Sign up in the upper right hand corner for our postcard from the road, and right away we'll send you our super awesome "Secret to Happiness," because who doesn't want that?

If you have questions, write me through the "Ask Stevie" tab or, if it's more personal, by email. I'd love to hear from you!


Recent Posts

6 years married, 10 years together. We celebrated with Picasso.

Last week was our 6yr married, 10yr together anniversary, but because of weather and climbing we couldn’t celebrate until today. And what a day it was! I LOVE our anniversary. The truth is that Tree and I spend so much time together, it’s hard to make one day stand apart from any other. But I never ever tire of sharing my days—the most mundane, and the most exciting—with this man. Today we went to the Picasso museum in Malaga, and then to lunch (Spanish lunch, it takes hours!). Picasso was born … [Read More...]

The Jewel of Barcelona (Hint: name starts with G)

"Those who look for the laws of Nature as a support for their new works collaborate with the creator." - Antoni Gaudí  I've always appreciated architecture, but not so much that I remember … [Read More...]

How exactly to write a wonderful graduation speech Valedictorian speechwriting ideas

There are numerous advantages of cinnamon and its used in a number of techniques! Cinnamon may be the plant Zingiber officinale's rhizome. A rhizome may be a seed often identified underground's … [Read More...]

How to Find Legitimate Net Resources for a Research Paper

Than Ever Before 5 Reasons User Experience Is More Important in 2015 By Cisnero Image by Jonathan Velasquez via Unsplash In 2014, Facebook and Google broke the whip on pageview techniques for example … [Read More...]

Holidays in Barcelona — and what we missed out on as American kids

  Merry Christmas from Barcelona!!!    As we were walking through the Christmas markets on the 23rd, I kept seeing figurines of a little man crapping right next to the typical … [Read More...]

Siurana: A medieval village in Spain

As we walked (you can't drive) through this medieval village with cobblestone streets and winding passageways, I tried to picture the Moors in the 11th century fighting off the Christians, … [Read More...]

We surrender Spain! Now can we have some fun?

I made my own meme. It was ridiculously easy to do and took about three minutes. No wonder these things are all over the Internet. (Dear Tree....#ImaMillenial #BAE!) Anyhow, this pretty … [Read More...]

This is what moving to Spain looks like

Hey everyone!  Exciting news: I'm staring to vlog (video blog) about our adventures in Europe. Here's my very first one! Please be sure to subscribe to our channel so you won't miss a trip to … [Read More...]

The Itchy Witch in France ‘n’ Disco

While we were in San Francisco applying for our residency visas in Spain, we left our tiny Chinatown hotel room to take Soleil to Pier 39 at Fisherman's Wharf. "The coldest winter I ever … [Read More...]

Hookers, Rushmore and Limestone: Badass South Dakota

I read the above Vonnegut quote while in South Dakota and found ample opportunity to heed its message.   I think Soleil did, too. Hallelujah! she said, as she hiked the mile uphill to the … [Read More...]

Update: Bounder SOLD!

AS OF AUG.13TH, OUR BELOVED BOUNDER IS SOLD!    Looking for a great deal?    We are selling our 2003 Fleetwood Bounder 35R RV In good condition with tons of extras Price - … [Read More...]

Bid Adventure in Windswept Wyoming

First stop, Lander.  Good beer, cute cowboy town, and lots of pocketed limestone. We immediately liked the local sense of humor. Well, I should say we liked the local CLIMBER … [Read More...]

Our Unplanned Trip to The Beaver State

It was really cold in April in Colorado. And Ari really wanted to see Oregon. So we took an impromptu road trip to the Beaver State because, what the hell, we're nomads and we can.  It was … [Read More...]

Entering the Garden of the Gods to Meet My Maker…and His Mom

We got to Rifle, Colorado a month too soon. After a few painful days of climbing in finger freezing temps, Soleil and Ari and I headed east over the mountains to Manitou, Colorado Springs … [Read More...]

Zion Family Photo Hell

I just wanted a nice family portrait at Zion National Park. Nothing fancy. Just a couple rising red spires, a Mai Tai colored sunset, and us. The perfect family with a perfect Facebook cover … [Read More...]

Is School Ruining Our Children?

On our way to Colorado, we stopped at Crawdad Canyon, a manicured "rock climbing park" on private property in St. George, Utah. We pulled up to the locked gate at 9am and, as requested, … [Read More...]

Why Bishop Is the Best Small Town

 Bishop was good to us yet again. We stayed four weeks at Brown's campground, lighting a fire every night weather permitted.  When we sold the Sprinter, returned from South America, and … [Read More...]

Our (No) Plan for The Next Year

Everyone believes that the main aim in life is to follow a plan. They never ask if that plan is theirs or if it was created by another person. They accumulate experiences, memories, things, other … [Read More...]

Heaven or Las Vegas

Title inspired from this song. Listen while you read. ♥ After a weeklong birthday bender in Mexico City, we flew back to the States on the 23rd of December to celebrate the holidays with my … [Read More...]

40th Birthday Bash in Distrito Federal, a.k.a. Mexico City

This December was one of the best of my life, but I'm relieved it's over. I'm totally funned out, evidenced by the photos and one embarrassing (but mercifully only four-second long) video you are … [Read More...]

Mendoza, Argentina Part 2

First big news, it's Tree here. I'm coming out of blogger retirement. With Stevie writing more articles for other publications, she asked me to help keep the family blog posts updated, so … [Read More...]

Why we went back to Mendoza, Argentina

As many of you know, a little over a year ago, the Pan-American leg of our around the world adventure came to an end. After spending years driving through 17 countries in Latin America, … [Read More...]

A Period of Juvenile Prosperity: Musings on Mike Brodie’s Photography

We don't own our suffering.  It feels like we do. Like it belongs to us. As if it were a lump of clay, sculpted by our own hands, each curve and indentation revealing the pain moving through … [Read More...]