Roaming Residence: Leaving Well and Why it’s Important

September 11, 2023
Hey, my name is Marissa and I am the wife and mom in this group. Some of my favorite things are Downton Abbey, black coffee, any Beth Moore study, and the color purple. I’ve currently been to 5 continents, and one place I’ll always travel back to is London, England.

In this series we will be talking about ways to create a home faster, easier, and cheaper. Each episode will focus on 1 aspect of moving into a new space and what we can do to make this more systematized so nothing gets overlooked or takes too long. Get your Settling In Guide that goes along with this series.

This episode is focused on LEAVING! What needs to happen so that you leave the space in as good, if not better, shape than when you got there? I believe that leaving a long-term stay is very important because many hosts have negative views on long-term stays, and if I leave a space poorly that host might decide to stop doing long-term stays altogether! This is very bad for the long-term traveling family community. So, as a way to keep the reputation of long-term travelers positive, let’s leave well!

The Settling In Guide will allow you to have 1 document that you use over and over in each new space to turn each new place into a home. It also helps you think through each new space to save you money in the long-run as a full time traveler.

This guide will become your go-to resource each time you pack up and settle in to a new space because it will hold your first few meal ideas for any country, a shopping list for the first time at the grocery store, important questions to ask about your new home city, and much more.

I was able to create this Settling In Guide based on 7 countries on 4 continents. After turning numerous houses into a home for my family, I know that I can help you do this faster, easier, and cheaper than if you did it without this resource.

Opening the guide in GoodNotes will very easy allow you to write on it, then erase the answers and fill it in again and again for each new home you have!

Check out this episode!

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