What’s a day in the life of a full-time RVer really like? All too often when people learn that we full-time RV, their reaction is “Well, you’re living a life of vacation all the time! Right?” Well, it may be a surprise to you, but that’s not quite right, so I thought I would share with you what a typical day for a full-time RVer is really like.
We downsized from a 3,400 square foot house to a 2,200 square foot house to an 850 square foot apartment to a 300 square foot (or so) RV. While we had to give up some items and change our lifestyle a bit, you may be surprised at some of the things we DON’T have to live without!
Doing a monthly budget doesn’t sound like the most exciting thing in the world, but it was an absolute life changer for us. We have a pre-budget and a post-budget life, and we like the post-budget one a lot better! In fact, it’s what got us to this RV lifestyle and is what keeps us on track. Here we share some of the lessons we’ve learned after leaving the dark side…come into the light!
An amputated left arm that has its own tombstone? Really? Yes! We discovered that and much more when we vacationed in Virginia with good friends, Frank and Nina, who missed their calling as tour guides! Check it out!
Twenty-seven different locations in 11 states over 186 days: Our first six months as full-time RVers! Makes me tired just thinking about it, but it has actually been a BLAST! Exploring new places while reconnecting with old friends AND making new friends along the way…join us as we look back and answer some of your questions about our experience so far!
Six months ago today we hit the road on a life long dream of full-time RVing. At times it seems like we've been doing this forever and then other times it seems like we just started. As we look back over these first six months, we truly see how blessed we are and how a dream come true this really is. Hope you enjoy the highlights of our first six months on the road.
Let’s face it: a full-time RVing mom is unique. She probably has more ‘stuff’ than she needs (or has room for) and certainly doesn’t need to add unnecessary items to her already limited space. So what’s a child to do for the RVing mom on Mother’s Day? Here’s some great suggestions from a full-time RVing mom herself!
Following up on a simple suggestion made in passing 15 years ago literally changed the course of our lives. Following up on this blog may change yours as well.
Easter is a special time. But what if you are RVing full time far from home? Here are seven tips for the full-time RVer on how to make Easter special!
Selling your house and most of your possessions to travel the country in an RV is really outside the norm! We know because of all the questions we get every time it comes up in conversation. Here are the answers to the three most frequently asked question about RVing full time.