From the bloggers at Bradford Times
Adam Doolittle and partner Catharine McCallum lost their radio jobs in New Brunswick, in 2015.
It turned out to be a kind of epiphany for the couple.
“We decided that we were both done with typical 9 to 5 jobs, paying rent or a mortgage, and owning too much stuff,” says Doolittle, who grew up in Bradford West Gwillimbury. “You put so much in, and get so little back… We knew it wasn’t something we wanted to do with the rest of our lives. That’s when we decided to do the lifestyle switch.”
Doolittle and McCallum created “Full Time Canada,” sold almost everything they owned through yard sales, kijiji and Facebook, and purchased a 5th wheel RV, making plans to travel across Canada “while we’re young and healthy.”
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