I celebrated my third month living the RV life. I’ve traveled to amazing places, improved my health, created a work-life balance, and never felt so ALIVE!
My RV stay in Vermont was awesome. I spent a lot of time hiking the mountain trails and I met some new friends. I could get used to a permanent workcation!
I’ve now reached the part of my RV journey that may be the most difficult – grappling with loneliness. I’m making several changes to help me move forward.
My first month of RVing is in the books? How did it go? I made some rookie mistakes and need to get a better handle on my budget. But I’m loving it!
My first month of RVng is in the books. And what a time to start the RV life! Coronavirus and Protests. Here are my thoughts.
Three months of RV living have changed my perspective on how I measure “success” or even “progress.”
After a long delay, my RV life is here! I sold my house and am on my maiden RV voyage. Here’s how things are shaking out.
Here are 5 tips on how to downsize from a house to an RV. Start early and get yourself organized so that you can have fun when you hit the road.
Two years have passed since I was fired from my job. Despite a dismal start to being a solo entrepreneur, I’m doing pretty well on the net worth scale.
Here’s my letter to Coronavirus. Let’s stay strong and maintain hope in these difficult times.
How do you plan an epic RV trip? Set your destination, grab some online tools, and plan ahead.
What happens to your net worth after a lousy financial year? The answer may surprise. Compound interest combined with a low debt load can carry the day.