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As I write this article, I’m sitting at a simple fold-up table outside of my home, staring out at the Hoh river outside of Olympic National Park. My husband and 4-year-old boy are out laying in the hammock and running around playing make-believe, giving mom some space to write.
I should mention, “home” for us is an RV, and we’re currently residing in the Hoh Rainforest in Washington. By the time you read this article, there’s no telling where we will be. This nomadic “off the grid” lifestyle was not thrust upon us; it was proactively pursued. You see, growing up I was a harrowing perfectionist. Nothing was ever, or could ever be, good enough. I spent years chasing a way of life that wasn’t even possible — and turns out it, wasn’t what I