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RV-Curious? Alyssa’s $3(ish) Guide Answers 99% of Your Full-Time RVing Questions

Alyssa Padgett and her husband Heath run one of the best groups on Facebook for people who live and work from RVs full-time (or want to). Even though the group focuses primarily on the ins and outs of nomadic entrepreneurship, questions about full-time RV life come up all the time. How do you get your… Continue reading RV-Curious? Alyssa’s $3(ish) Guide Answers 99% of Your Full-Time RVing Questions

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Our Dutch Star [ An Almost Totally Amateur Video Production ]

I wanted to make a quick and dirty video while we had the RV home a couple of weekends ago, so we could show you all the changes we made as we readied it for full-time life. Problem was, cameraphone video is pretty much all I've ever done. Using my phone would almost certainly have… Continue reading Our Dutch Star [ An Almost Totally Amateur Video Production ]

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Girls Just Want to Have — FREEDOM [ Part Two: The Interview ]

Last week I gave you my take on the 'why' that led Carrie and River into life as full-time RVers. This week I'm sharing just about everything from the nearly hour-long conversation we had. It's a deep dive into all the big topics a future RVer thinks about, along with some challenges personal to River… Continue reading Girls Just Want to Have — FREEDOM [ Part Two: The Interview ]

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Girls Just Want to Have — FREEDOM [ Part One: The Why ]

"I was in the corporate world for 15 years. I felt like I was wasting my life in a cubicle farm. I decided that with the one life I did have I wanted to go out and see things and travel." Meet River, a thirty-something full-time RVer. This time last year she was a financial… Continue reading Girls Just Want to Have — FREEDOM [ Part One: The Why ]

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Raking Poop and Other Things to Appreciate While I Still Can

"Practice an attitude of gratitude." The first time I heard that saying I was sitting in an AA meeting. No, I'm not a good enough drinker to qualify for membership. But my mom was! My mother was practically paralyzed by the thought of interacting with others – even those who'd traveled down some of the… Continue reading Raking Poop and Other Things to Appreciate While I Still Can

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Moving Political Mountains

When I moved to Georgia in the late '80s, elections, laws and politics were pretty much the furthest things from my mind. I was a struggling single mom, and that was an all-encompassing role. It wasn't until maybe the mid to late '90s that I took notice of politics – Douglasville/Douglas County politics, specifically. Even… Continue reading Moving Political Mountains

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The Next Best Thing to Glamping Isn’t a Cheap Hotel Room

"RVE Summit: Lodging Options & New Speakers!" I had my ticket for the February 2018 RV Entrepreneur Summit. But to be honest, the e-mail subject line above wasn't as compelling to me as it might have been had I not still felt a little bummed out about my lodging choice. After buying the ticket, I… Continue reading The Next Best Thing to Glamping Isn’t a Cheap Hotel Room