Saturday, December 10, 2016

Where to find Jackie & Yoska

I believe I have found the best solution for wanting to share my life but being tired of the trolls and hateful people.  My friend and I were out and about the other day and we met up with a guy who lives full time on his boat.  We were talking about our lives and living differently.  During the conversation he told me to check out patreon.com.... so that is what I did.  What a great concept! A pledging site to help support artists on a monthly basis so artist can do what they are meant to do.

With monthly support from my followers I can focus more on going deeper into sustainability, living simply and other ways of going off grid and the ability to share them with you.  This will also weed out some of the trolls I have the tendency to get since they will now have to pay to harass me.

I have it set up to take as little as $1 a month to get all my posts from stories, pictures, videos, updates on where we are, what we are doing and everything I use to share quite openly.

So, if you would like to follow along on our adventure, check out patreon.com/blueroad and pledge an amount.  There are also larger pledge amounts for perks or you can pledge whatever you feel like giving per month.  It is charged at the first of every month and you can cancel at any time.

Be sure to check out the perks and goals on the left sidebar. There are public updates where I will share past stories and any articles and such written from others about my life on the road.

Yoska and I are heading out in the next couple of weeks.  Some of the goals I have for the coming months...

I plan to start a garden using small grow bags to take on the road with us. We will be starting from seed this weekend.  I am also working on ideas on how to capture and filter rain water on the road.  Each another step to sustainability.  Should be fun and interesting.

I am also excited for a couple of singing gigs at RV parks in Arizona in January.  I have a few other ideas on making extra cash as I travel. I will also be sharing some odd and end gigs and how I have made a little bit of income and gift cards using phone apps.

Of course, updates on Yoska.

A new year, new goals and always a new adventure.  I hope you choose to come along.  I am excited to be back to sharing with you all.

Peace, Love and Happiness
Jackie & Yoska
Patreon.com/BlueRoad




7 comments:

  1. So being an "artist" and "living the way you want" is really about needing money from others who have REAL JOBS. I'm sure you're going to think I'm a troll, but I'm just stating a fact that you've been wandering for years and still need $$$ from others to live.

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    1. So, I should give you my life, my time for free? I work, jerk. Sorry I don't do it the way you do but I am working every day to please ungrateful people like you on top of other jobs where I make money. If you don't like it move on. I'm done giving to people of priviledge. I would rather give my time to people who need help. I didn't ask you to follow my travels and as far as I'm concerned I don't want you to. I am bullied by the ignorant and priviledged and I am done giving my time and life for their entertainment. Sorry you feel so shafted by life because you didn't have the courage to do your own thing. The least you could do is have the courage to put a name to your comment. Goodbye!

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    2. Everyone is dependent on others. you are dependent on your employer who is dependent on their customers. This is my life, my work. Support it or don't but do not come on here all high and mighty in your ignorance.

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  2. That is a great response Jaclyn. It's the truth everybody needs someone else. I go to work everyday and need people to pay me so I can pay the people that work for me. You provide a service that some people like to follow and to ask for payment for what you give is not wrong. Keep up the great work. I get to come on everyday and read about something I wish I was doing myself.

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  3. Wow! Now THAT is a minimal lifestyle. I admire your courage and your determination. Good luck and fair winds!

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  4. Just started following your blog. You are one courageous and interesting girl. I love that you are so independent and adventurous. Yours is not an easy path, but well worth the reward of freedom I'm sure. I can relate to your boat guy, I lived on my 30 ft sailboat for 8 years. (live in a house now) If you are ever in the Norfolk Va. area and need a pit stop let me know. (seriously) I am now finishing up on my new home built teardrop trailer. I wish you the best of luck and look forward to your next blog entry!

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  5. Good for you Jaclyn! Do your own thing life is to short. Live it the way you want.
    😊 Shelly

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