How to Start Your Full Time RV Adventure

If this is you, we got you covered.
If this is you, we got you covered.

Natalie and I get different reactions when we tell people about our recent life choices. Some

Most people's reaction when we tell them our plans.
Most people’s reaction when we tell them our plans.

people look at us as if we have lost our minds. Truth be told, I’m not sure I have found my mind yet in order to lose it. Other people tell us they wish they could do the same thing.  A few people tell us we have the right idea. My personal opinion is that it’s a combination of crazy and right idea. If you fall under the “I would love to do that!” category, Natalie has written an article about How to Prepare for Full-Time RVingIf full-time RVing is something you have always dreamed about, you can do it. All it takes is a little planning, time, and patience.

Natalie recommends the following steps to Start your Full-time RV adventure:

When we tell other crazy poeple.
When we tell other crazy poeple.
  1. Set a timeline with short and long term goals.
  2. Make lists.
  3. Share the news.
  4. Look at your finances.
  5. Find ways to earn money on the road.
  6. Keep a journal.
  7. Find an RV.
  8. Choose your home base.

You can read Natalie’s full article HERE.

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  • February 26, 2016 at 6:41 AM
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    I have discovered that the lagrer my house the more junk I accumulate. Back when I was married we added on to our house and it just got messier. I’ve been living in a 3 bedroom house for 22 years. It was perfect when my 2 kids lived at home but me and my German Sheppard need a much smaller place. Plus you can’t stop the house insurance and taxes from going up every year and I’m on a fixed income. Since I want to sell the house and get a class B or C I thought renting one for a month and travelling might give me an idea. All I know now is I have too much room and it is getting too expensive to cool, heat, do yard work, repairs, etc. Love your blog. Joni

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