Many of the current full time RV’ers out there started out like most of us. We graduated school, got jobs, got hitched, and settled into a house with a 9-5 job to pay for it all.
Then a few years into it you start to hear a low whisper wondering if that’s all there is. Was this all that we’ve been working towards? 5 days of work for 2 days on the weekend.
The life you have led doesn’t need to be the only life you have. – Anna Quindlen
Those 2 days are spent taking care of the house that we’ve neglected while working out full time job.
This is the dream that they tell you to believe in.
But what if it’s all a lie?
Or maybe it’s not a lie for most people, but for you and me, maybe we were meant to travel often and see different things.
That’s the same thing many of the other people who live and travel in an RV full time feel like.
Then, when you’re on the road, experiencing new things, a whole different world opens up for you.
It’s not that you no longer have problems, boredom or chores.
It’s different because you also have new places to experience, new people to meet, and new food to enjoy. And one of the best parts is when you slow down to live like this, you realize you don’t need as much so things don’t cost as much.
But it’s more than just buying an RV and driving off, never to be heard from again.
Instead, living this way gives you more time to get involved in things that matter to you.
For us, volunteering at state and national parks to help keep them open gives us a great sense of belonging and lets us know we are contributing to something that will be here long after we’re gone.
Or like Mary, a retired nurse who travels solo to help the Red Cross in areas of devastation.
Maybe you’ll related Mike and his family who have chosen to home school their kids and give them a State Park as their backyard to learn from. He stays home with them, while his wife still works a full time job in the city.
Of course, you can still go the traveling route and pick your destination, from people who choose to spend a few months spread out to visiting their family in different parts of the country and checking out the hidden treasures along the way.
With this lifestyle, we believe that you truly have more adventures to choose from.
The use of traveling is to regulate imagination with reality, and instead of thinking of how things may be, see them as they are. – Samuel Johnson
But right now you need to learn how to do it all, right?
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Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. – Mark Twain