About Travel Inspired Living
Travel Inspired Living began as the The Traveling Praters in 2009 and was never intended to be seen by outside eyes. Living in a 31-foot motor home with my husband, three homeschooled teenage children, and a rescued pound puppy, the blog began as a hobby and outlet to keep me sane.
That was over eight years ago. My family survived 18-months as full-time RV’ers, my kids have grown up and mostly moved out, and the blog has shifted from a personal journal to a valuable resource for those seeking:
- Travel inspired Recipes
- Travel Inspired Decor
- Travel to Inspire in Ohio and throughout the U.S.
Tonya is a wife, mom and author. When she’s not traveling, she’s at home spending time with her husband, taking her furbabies, Williard and Vincent on walks, and dreaming of how she plans to redecorate her son’s room into a travel-themed office. She’s the author of Secret Cleveland: a Guide to the Weird, Wonderful and Obscure (this is an affiliate link) and serves on Dolly’s Insider Panel for the 2017- 2018 year.
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2017 has been a busy year. Two of my kids have now left home while the one remaining is rarely home, leaving my husband and I to adjust to life as empty nesters; well, almost. Our travel plans include a New England van camping road trip in October and we’re supposed to be gearing up for a 300-mile bike ride from Pittsburgh to Washington DC but that may wait until 2018.
You can read about the rest of the Praters by clicking through to read About My Family.
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