Hi guys! So I have some exciting news!! I am no longer a temporary housewifey because now I have a job! I am now a co-owner of a business (with my husband). But of course, I'm not about to change the name of the blog (I've grown attached to the name Temporary Housewifey). I hope to continue to write reviews and other posts for this blog, but at the same time I'm ready to give it my all to our new business. So what is this business you ask? Well it's an Airstream rental company called GoSilver. We currently have a fleet of 5 Airstreams: a 19 footer, a 20 footer, two 25 footers and a 28 footer. They're fully loaded and ready to rent. And if you don't have your own truck, we also rent out trucks. We also have moved into one of the original Airstreams in the fleet (a 27-footer) and now we full-time in one of these bad boys.
So how did we end up getting into this business? Well my husband and I took a 3 week road trip in an Airstream in 2014. Here are some of my favorite posts from that time: Zion, Antelope Canyon, and Wyoming. We rented from Chris and Nora at Elite RV Vacations (the original name for this biz) and when they were ready to sell, we jumped at the chance! It's been several months of going back and forth, but we did it. We bought the biz! And now it's up to us to earn our livelihood from it. But I'm not too worried because I think traveling via Airstream is THE BEST way to see the US (and Canada). Not only do you have the comforts of home with you at all times but when you spend less time on stuff (and staying indoors) you end up spending more time on what (and who) matters and spending more times outdoors. And there's something about nature that soothes the soul. For my husband and I, our Airstream trip changed our lives and we want to share that experience with others.
Anyway I'm not sure what my future holds, or what the future of this blog will be, but thanks to all those who read my blog in 2015. I hope 2016 will be even better (hmm Everlane clothing shots while traveling in an Airstream?).