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Real Life RVing

Location: US
Website: http://t.co/9nJaksnR7t


Matt and I have been full-time RVers since July of 2008 -- and each day brings a new life lesson (help, I'm growing, and I can't stop!) We are having a wonderful time, and wish that more people would break free from the shackles of stationary life to join us. I love to share our experiences living the nomadic life -- tips about the mechanics and practicalities of full-timing, obstacles we had to overcome to be able to travel year-round, what it's like to work on the road, and our observations about the world as we see it from our Airstream.

Choosing to full-time was a pretty easy decision -- suburban life didn't suit us, we didn't enjoy being homeowners, and we wanted more freedom to see the world. But the actual transition from stationary home-owner to traveling full-timer was a bit more complicated -- there were a lot of details to work out before hit the road. I spent a lot of time at the library and on the internet, perusing books and magazines and websites dedicated to full-time RV-ing. They helped us with questions like "How will we get our mail?" and "What kind of insurance do we need?" and "How do we make sure we have power and water when there are no hookups?" While we found some good information about living in transit, much of it was written from the point of view of the retiree -- our life would look very different than this.

My job is to share what I've learned with others, and to help pave the way for other full-timers to join the tribe! I offer full-timer coaching for those who are considering ditching stationary life in favor of year-round travel -- if you're interested in a nomadic life but not sure how to make it happen, or if you're partway there but getting stuck on some of the details, I can help! I'm also working on a book teaching folks how to make the leap to full-time RVing before you retire (and without being independently wealthy! It's all a matter of choosing work that you love and can do on the road!