AventuraLife is living life to the fullest, being brave in circumstances and relationships, and pushing your comfort zone daily.
Hometown: Sandy, UT
Do you have a nickname? How did you get it? Nope. I just go by Jess.
About Me: Professional Wedding Photographer turned Full Time Nomad, Jess Curren travels the country year round with her husband and three kids while living in an Airstream travel trailer. (188 square feet!) Over the last two years, she has become adept at adventure planning, homeschooling, and small living. Her family spends most of their time hiking, backpacking, mountain biking and visiting National Parks all over the country.
Favorite Spring ’17 Aventura pieces you are looking forward to trying: I'm most excited to try out the Scout Capris and the Sheridan Long Sleeve plaid shirt.
Favorite Blog: theoutbound.com/journal
Favorite Instagrammer or Pinner: @advodna_dave, He’s witty, has a super cute family, and also lives in an Airstream for most of the year.
Singing in the car or singing in the shower: I’d rather turn out the lights, pump up the music and have a dance party with my kids in the Airstream!
Person that inspires you: John Muir ‐ I love his passion for exploration and inspiring others to preserve the best nature has to offer.
Favorite Book: Star Catcher series by Dave Perry & Ridley Pearson
What are you listening to right now? Imagine Dragons Pandora Station
Favorite movie of all time: Ender’s Game
Best piece of advice you ever received? “Motherhood is not a hobby, its a calling. Its not something to do if you can squeeze the time in. It is what God gave you time for.” ‐Neil L. Anderson
What’s the most amazing experience you’ve had in your life (besides having babies and getting married): Traveling the country with my family while living in an Airstream travel trailer!
What does #aventuralife mean to you? How do you live it? AventuraLife is living life to the fullest, being brave in circumstances and relationships, and pushing your comfort zone daily. Our traveling life may seem magical, but its the hardest thing I’ve ever done. Learning to appreciate my weaknesses and strengths, and really seizing opportunities have helped me grow so much over the last two years!