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How to Setup a Self Hosted WordPress Site – A Step by Step Guide

Many of you have emailed us about how to start your own blog. This post will walk you through the steps we took to setup our self hosted WordPress site. How to Setup a Self Hosted WordPress Site It should take about 15-30 minutes

Flywheel Review – Why We Switched to Flywheel Managed WordPress Hosting and What We Think After 2 Years

In this Flywheel review, I will share why we switched to this managed WordPress hosting provider in 2017 and what we think after two years. Flywheel Review When we launched this website, we decided to go with an economical hosting option. At that time,

Pros & Cons of Buying a New vs. Used RV – Why We Bought a New RV

Buying a new vs. used RV has to be one of the most debated questions in the RV community. In this post, I’m going to discuss the reasons we bought a new RV and share some of the pros and cons of buying a new

Small Class C RVs Under 25 Feet – List of Small Class C RV Manufacturers

When we were shopping for our first motorhome, I remember saying to Kait “let’s go look at some Class C RVs.” She immediately responded with a firm “no” and that was the end of that discussion. When we look back on that moment, Kait

The Top 6 Van Chassis for Your Camper Van Conversion

During our search for the perfect camper van, we learned that each van chassis has its pros and cons. No one platform is perfect. Whether you’re looking to build out your own camper van or buy a used or new camper van, it’s important

Becoming Texans – Choosing a Domicile for Full Time RVing

In all of our research about full time RVing, one recurring topic is choosing a domicile state. While some RVers choose to keep their domicile state, others will pick a new domicile state. We chose Texas as our domicile state and in this post

Class B RVs – Complete List of Class B RV Manufacturers

During our search for the perfect camper van, we discovered many Class B RV manufacturers in the United States and Canada. Some of these companies make custom camper vans, others make standard Class B RVs found at RV dealerships. One thing we know for sure is

Small Travel Trailers Under 3,500 lbs – From Teardrop Campers to Fiberglass Trailers

In our journey to downsize, we looked at quite a few small travel trailers. The number one requirement was the camper had to be lightweight. Specifically, we were looking for travels trailers under 3,500 pounds. Between all the research, visiting dealers and attending RV shows, we

Make Money Traveling – How to Support a Digital Nomad Lifestyle

There are many ways to make money traveling the world. This is how we support our digital nomad lifestyle and how you can do it too! “Travel while you’re young and able. Don’t worry about the money, just make it work. Experience is far

Video Equipment for YouTube – How to Make Great Videos With an iPhone

In this post we share our video equipment for YouTube and walk-through how we make videos. To give you some background information, we launched We’re the Russos YouTube channel in 2014. Since then, we have published 300+ videos that have received over 24 million views.