With 2015 just around the corner, now is a perfect time to take stock of what you want your new year to look like. If you’ve always dreamed about hitting the road, why not make 2015 the year you finally kick off a plan to escape the rat race? During the past 12 months I’ve written about the many ways that you can make that happen such as:
What To Do If Your Full-Timing Plans Meet Resistance
You’ve finally made the decision to go full-time RVing and can’t wait to tell friends and family about your great escape. But what do you do when the cat’s out of the bag and nobody is happy about it?
Choosing Your First Full-timing RV
Your new home on wheels is one of the biggest and most important decisions you’ll make as a full-timer. No matter what kind of budget you’re working with, the rig you buy will determine your happiness on the open road starting the minute you leave your previous life behind. Here are some quick tips for buying your first full-time rig.
How To Be Happy As A Solo RVer
Full-time RVers have an extra challenge when it comes to flying solo on the highway because of our transitory nature. If you’re thinking about hitting the road on your own, consider these tips I’ve learned from my solo friends who have happy solo full-timing lives.
Find Real Help in RV Discussion Forums
Discussion Forums are one of the greatest resources on the web for fast help to your full-time RVing problems. If you have a problem related to RVing, whether it’s about your rig or getting along with your spouse, turn RV Discussion Forums for help. I guarantee that you’ll walk away feeling a little bit better, wiser and acquainted with some high quality friends who will be there as best they can during your moment of need.
How Not to Go Broke When You Go Full-Timing
Change is the only constant aspect of the full-time RVing lifestyle. If you can adapt to the ebb and flow of life on the road, then you’ll do great. This is especially critical when it comes to income fluctuations that occur when you choose a location-independent lifestyle. If you decide to hit the road and earn money along the way, remember that a rainy day fund is critical. Here’s why . . .
Seven Things Every New Full-time RVer Should Know
Do you have the full-time RVing dream? Is hitching up and rolling away for good something you just dream about or are you working hard to hit the road? If you’re making plans to ditch the stick house and roam like a gypsy, here are seven things I’ve learned in seven years on the open road.
Should You Keep Your House When You Go Full-time RVing?
If you’re considering full-time RVing as a lifestyle option, one of your biggest decisions will be deciding what to do with your current home. Whether you rent or own, deciding whether or not to hang onto this last symbol of your old life is a difficult decision.
Happy 2015 to you, thanks so much for reading about this fun, exciting lifestyle. I look forward to sharing more about it in the coming year, so you can be a part of it too!
Rene Agredano and her husband, Jim Nelson, became full-time RVers in 2007 and have been touring the country ever since. In her blog, Rene chronicles the ins and outs of the full-timing life and brings readers along to meet the fascinating people and amazing places they visit on the road. Her road trip adventures are chronicled in her blog at LiveWorkDream.com.