Featured Families – The Suda Family

Featured Families – The Suda Family

Hi! I’m Jewels Muller and I am starting a new blog series called Featured Families. My family and I have been traveling for over 5 years now and we have had the privilege of meeting many interesting families across the country. I want to introduce you to them as well. As you will see in the video and photos below, we are visiting a farm. We met the Suda family in Grafton, North Dakota while TJ was working the Sugar Beet Harvest. I attended a yoga session at the local spa and everyone told me that I needed to meet Dawn Keeley. Dawn invited me to a community gathering where I was introduced to Amy. Amy and her family invited us over for dinner one night and while we were there, I decided to start the Featured Family series of interviews. The Suda’s were so gracious and without any planning on their part, they invited us to video and ask them questions regarding their life on the farm. Let’s get to know them and what farm life is like.

Here is the most recent family photo of the Suda’s! John, Amy, Sydney-9, Noah-7, Jack-4, Isaak-1 Trigger-1, Sugar-6 months. Evan  is the newborn below. Let’s meet the entire family via the YouTube Video Link below.









Tell us more about your businesses, Amy.

I am not sure how much I talked about Isagenix in the video-my plans are to include all of my business ventures on my website www.amysuda.com

What we are most excited about currently is being part of the launch of a new health & wellness technology product. It is wearable technology; like a Fitbit on steroids! There’s nothing on the market like it right now as far as wearable technology goes. New to the US as of September. We are looking for people who see the vision and would like to partner with us in launching it. Anyone interested can check out more information at www.busynblessed.helo.life

I am also in the process of starting a Beauty on The Go business venturing into providing further aesthetic services, injectables and eventually a skin care line right from my website!🤗

As a fellow entrepreneur and people open to all things new, exciting, and advanced we want to expose you to a new opportunity! We are excited about this so if you are interested don’t wait..the time is now for this type of product! It’s new to the US as of September so great potential. Interested in taking a look at a short video to learn more? #wearabletechnology


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We would love to thank the Suda Family for a wonderful dinner, amazing hospitality, and their willingness to be open and share their lives with us.

Much love to all of you,



The Mace Family – Simplifying Their Lives To Recapture Joy

mace2The Mace Family – Simplifying Their Lives To Recapture Joy

The Mace Family Blog is the first of a series of articles about featured families that Jewels Muller meets while traveling.

The big “Why”

The primary reason that we feel led to live this lifestyle comes from our desire to simplify our lives. Our previous lives were full of activities and events, and even though each one of those things had a good “purpose”, their collective dominance left us exhausted and stressed. We realized that we needed to take a break and reconnect as a family, while we still had time. We want to recapture the joy of being a family.


Josh and Sarah Mace
Savannah (14) and Eli (10)
Launched from Columbia, South Carolina, United States


It was challenging to make this transition, both logistically and emotionally. We wanted to be sure that this was the right path for our family. We did about a year of research. We looked at hundreds of RVs, different kinds of trucks, and even communicating with other people living this lifestyle. We sold the house that we loved and went from 2,800 sq ft to less than 300 sq ft of living space. We also had to learn how to use, maintain, and transport our new home on wheels. Then, I lost my job the same week we closed on the house! Finally we had to travel to Texas to establish residency while I searched for a new job. Looking back it seems crazy to think about, but it was all worth it. mace6

Memorable Stories

My favorite memories are small things, like sitting at our picnic table playing a board game… and meeting up with our friends from Nomadic Homeschoolers and all the memories that those experiences create are what sustain us in this lifestyle. However, not every memorable story is from a fun experience… three words: Black Water Tank. 🙁

mace7How we make money on the road

Our income comes from my job as an Interface Designer, which is way more fun than it sounds. As long as I have internet access, I can work.

Please follow the Mace Family on their Instagram Account