Having taken a year away for the holidays I knew in the summer that I wanted to spend Christmas and New Years in New Jersey. Linds and I parted ways in December for the next few weeks to spend the holidays on opposite coasts. Even though apart, we continued our path as givers and found […]
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The Gypsy Givers spent the end of spring and summer months home on the east coast. We were reunited after spending a few weeks, OK, 5 weeks apart. Every Friday we came together at the place that started our love for volunteering and helping others, The Bodhi Food Pantry in Lafayette, NJ. Over the past […]
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Frankford Township Elementary school is where we began. I moved here in the 3rd grade (1993) and met Lindsay shortly after. As you can tell we’ve been inseparable ever since. My brother in law, Jacob, is as of today 12 years old and is a student in Ms Guida’s 6th grade class. The two called and […]
Jazz Festival and Crawfish Festival have always held a special place in our hearts not solely because of the music but also because they have become a family affair. Our hearts melted when we heard Louisiana was still suffering immensely from the flooding this past year. We reached out to Michael Arnone, founder of Crawfish […]
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Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays and spending it on the road makes it even more special. This week we returned to The Healy Senior Center in Humbolt County, California for their annual Thanksgiving Day lunch. We spent the holiday here last year and it only felt right to return again this year. We arrived […]
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When we heard back from The Happy Factory we had just began a new leg of the trip. We had just left Denver and were like kids on Christmas Day! We were so excited to be making toys like little elves and delivering them along our route to those in need of some cheer. We still had so […]
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How do you afford this lifestyle? Are you trust fund babies? These are the two most common and sometimes first questions we get on the road. The truth of the matter is, we worked hard and continue to work hard in order to live this lifestyle. Prior to leaving for this adventure of a lifetime […]
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Jumboland was our first place of employment. Yes, both of us. Although having worked there through our high school years we never shared a shift together. Smart owner. Jumboland is famous for their taylor ham, foot long hot dogs, and ice cream. I loved working behind the ice cream counter! Not only did it keep […]
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I have been a client of Kim’s since about the time I left for this trip. She is a renowned reiki master and works out of her home in Dover, NJ. For those of you not familiar with the practice; it is a healing technique based on the principle that the therapist can channel energy into […]
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Just outside of Sundance, Wyoming is massive geologic wonder called Devils Tower. Teddy Roosevelt declared it the first national monument. It is a tall, mind-blowing structure that is sacred to tribes of the area. Every June they close the monument to visitors so they can practice their religious rituals. People from all over the world […]
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