We’ve found that even in the digital age, paper-page books are good to have in presence. Convenient as it may be to be able to use the internet to get info, having physical books isn’t a bad thing. Phone apps are only as good as your WiFi signal, ease of use and information within.
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When I’m on a mission to find a solution, I’ll literally drive myself to craziness. And that’s exactly what I’ve been doing for the past TWO YEARS! I’m talking about making French Press coffee in our RV while boondocking without sacrificing robust flavor for lots of water water to clean it.
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Many assume that full-time RVing is cheaper than owning a house or renting a condo or apartment. For those of you who are contemplating full-time RVing, you should take into consideration, at least, the basic costs associated with our RV lifestyle.
So, we’ve put together a compilation list to provide a better picture of our expenses incurred in this thing we call, RV LIFE.
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Anyone who owns a cat knows if you don’t provide a place for your mini lions and tigers to scratch, your furniture will be one big heaping mess of ripped up remnants. I don’t know if its just luck or that we’ve just been good forceful cat parents that we’ve not had furniture issues. It might be because we’ve always had the biggest, most badass cat climbing towers known to man. Okay, maybe not ‘that’ badass but our resident mousers sure loved it.
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Pulling our RV 5th wheel down the highways and backroads can get a little bumpy and cause a whole lot of mess if we don’t prepare and pack our cabinets and refrigerator correctly. We admit, we’ve had accidents early in our adventures like a jar of salsa flying out the refrigerator or boxes of pasta tumbling down at our feet from the cabinet when we opened their doors. It didn’t take long for us to look into proper packing tips for our RV trips!
So, we’ll share what we learned to save you heartache, headaches and money.
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Digital nomads need access to WiFi for work and personal needs. While we have services through two major data providers, sometimes, the region where our WiFi signal is just won’t do it for us. So, we must relocate our little office to where we can gain access to FREE WiFi.
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Improvise and adapt; a common military phrase when you start with practically nothing or something less desirable and we make it great. The same holds true in our RV lifestyle.
Living quarters in RVs and campers are quite limited. But that doesn’t mean our world or journey is. We love to be outside, especially when the weather is kind to us. So, instead of sitting inside watching tv or working, we relocated ourselves to enjoy the outdoors. That means, we need to make an outdoor living space or outdoor living room. So, this is our way of improvising and adapting.
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Having lived in our RV for several years, we still are on the lookout for bathroom storage ideas and organization hacks. Storage and organization is an integral part of comfortable RV living and transport. We can’t leave, what we call, ‘gear adrift’. Everything must be stowed safely and securely. But, what’s even better is these storage hacks can be used in the kitchen or galley and other locations in your RV.
So, we put together this reference and resource list of…
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