But the important part of this life is saving money, we are now saving money and you can too, by going with RV life, as I said, as long as you do it the right way. As an accountant, i kept crunching numbers to figure out how we would survive in the long run with the house note and all other expenses that we had.
Whatever may fit your budget may not fit mine and vice versa, keeping that in mind I wrote this book for those who want to enjoy the freedom of the open road but on a reasonable budget. If you are like me and live off of a limited monthly income; then you may enjoy what you find in this book. It would cost us less to live and travel around in an RV than to live in our 20-year-old house.
Benefits of rv lifesetting up a cost comparisonhow to prepare for rv lifestylecreating a plandownsizing your lifehow to choose the right rv for your budgethow and where to find a good used rv To Buy9 Things To Consider When Buying An RVHow To Protect Your RVFor DIY Maintenance What Tools You Will NeedAdditional Safety Features You Can Add To Your RVHow The Utilities Work In Your RV, Internet, Mail, Phone, How To Purify WaterStaying In Touch While On the Road TV, Etc.
Life on the road, how to stay rent freehow to find free boondocking sitessafety concerns and measures you can take while on the roadheating & storagehealth care on the roadFinding Entertainment & Cooling In Your RVFood Choices, How To Winterize Your RVProper Loading And PackingHow To Balance The LoadAnd So Much MoreAlong with many valuable links and resources, Cooking Methods & Making Money While TravellingRV Maintenance And Upkeep, I also shared some very informative YouTube video links which I believe you will find especially helpful.
Happy & safe Travel, see you on the road. Even though i didn’t discuss how to find free foods or soup kitchens in different cities, I did discuss how to find a lot of everyday needs while RVing for cheap and sometimes free. Buying an rv itself is a significant investment, but if you shop smartly, you may find a good used one around your city for a reasonable price.
Secrets of RVing on a Dime and a Dream: Frugal RVing on $1,000 a Month or Less
After all, i’ve been doing it for six years. That’s where the idea came from to write the book, Secrets of RVing on a Dime and a Dream with the subtitle of Frugal RVing on $1, 000 a Month or Less. This book shows you step by step exactly how to do it and shows you how to make the $1, 000 a month it takes to live this lifestyle.
Not knowing this one thing costs me a lot of money in my early days on the road. Gradually by reading a lot of books, spending six years on the road, watching a lot of YouTube videos, and sitting around countless campfires talking to other RVers, I’ve learned a lot. I’ve written 10 books about living in an RV, but until now I have never covered the topic that I get asked about the most.
I didn’t know what the terms black water or gray water meant, and I had no idea that you could park an RV overnight at Walmart free of charge. I didn’t know anyone else who was living in an RV. In this book, you will grasp how they are doing it, and how you can do it too. I’ll also give you the brutally honest pros and cons of the RV lifestyle.
I had never spent the night in a motorhome. There are some downsides to the lifestyle you need to be prepared for. It even provides you with dozens of interviews, link to websites, and videos where people are doing what you want to do—that is to live full time in your RV and do it on a dime and a dream.
Road Cash: How to make money while living on the road
You'll learn how to camp for free, how to build a steady income, how to make quick cash when you need it, and how to enjoy your life on the road while earning enough to pay your way. If you currently live on the road or are thinking about it, you'll want this book! If you've dreamed of living on the road in an RV, Camper or Van, but wondered how you could afford to do it, this book is for you.
In road cash, you'll discover different ways to generate decent income while living on the road.
Secrets of RVing on Social Security: How to Enjoy the Motorhome and RV Lifestyle While Living on Your Social Security Income
There are some downsides to the lifestyle you need to be prepared for. My guess is that you will adore your new RVing lifestyle, but you'll never know if it's the right lifestyle for you if you don't read this book. The book is designed to keep you on the path to accomplishing your goal of living an exciting retirement lifestyle while staying well within your budget.
This book should be required reading for anyone who is retired or getting ready to retire. At every fork in the road, you will be free to go wherever whim and chance might take you. You will also discover how other retirees are supplementing their retirement income while living full-time in their motorhome.
Many people are actually adding to their savings while having the time of their lives living the RV lifestyle. In this book, you will grasp how they are doing it, and how you can do it too. You'll comprehend the brutally honest pros and cons of the RV lifestyle. In this stunning new book, jerry minchey takes you on a journey that lets you discover how you can travel around the country and live the trendy, and fascinating RV lifestyle for far less than it costs you to live in your stick and brick home.
Readers all over the us and europe have discovered the joys of retiring and living full time in an RV after reading Jerry Minchey's Amazon #1 best-selling book in Senior Travel Guides, Motorhome, and RV Retirement Living: The Most Enjoyable and Least Expensive Way to Retire. Now in this new epic book, secrets of rving on Social Security, he shows you step-by-step how to enjoy the RVing lifestyle while traveling and living on just your Social Security income.
Imagine leaping out of bed every morning ready to cherish every day of your new adventurous life.
A Beginner's Guide to Living in an RV: Everything I Wish I Knew Before Full-Time RVing Across America
In this guide, i answer all of the most common questions we receive about RV living, from how to choose the right RV to how we get mail on the road, to how to find free camping. This guide is for anyone exploring the RV lifestyle and looking for RVing books to help make the transition easier. That's what all the cool kids do.
When my husband and i started full-time RVing, we knew nothing about RV living. Also, because i want to make sure this book is valuable for you, below you can see a few specific areas of RVing I cover. A few topics i cover in the guide: - how to find great internet on the road- the costs of full-time rving- whether or not to tow a car behind your RV- What we do for health insurance while traveling- The best RVing clubs and memberships- Our favorite apps for RVersA few topics I DON'T cover, since I have zero experience in these areas, are:- Traveling with kids- How to downsize to an RV from a house- How to travel with petsTransitioning to living on the road was the best decision my husband and I could have ever made.
While this book isn't about our story or why you should travel, it will be a useful tool as you find yourself asking a million different questions about what it's like living in an RV. Oh, and don't forget to use the #RVlife on Instagram once you start traveling. Now, we've been full-timing for over three years and we've learned the ins and outs of RVing America.
. Rving has improved our marriage and our life together, and we've seen more of America than we could have ever imagined. We made it up as we traveled to all fifty states, we flooded the bathroom, took ice cold showers, constantly googling things like "how to RV" and "what is boondocking?" Meanwhile, and got stuck in the mud.
Motorhome and RV Retirement Living: The Most Enjoyable and Least Expensive Way to Retire
This book provides a unique opportunity to peer into the most intimate details of living the exciting full-time RVing lifestyle. You'll find that you can live the RV lifestyle even if your only income is your Social Security check. Jerry minchey lives full-time in his motorhome, and he breaks the mold about RV living with this highly original book.
. Henry ford and thomas edison used to take their motorhomes and go on trips together back in 1910 See actual logs of what RVers are really spending. Jerry minchey's brutally honest descriptions of the RV lifestyles described in this book will answer your most pressing questions as well as answer questions you probably never even thought to ask.
You may find that retiring and living the RV lifestyle is just what you want to do. After all, the rv lifestyle is the most enjoyable and least expensive way to retire. For a real behind-the-scenes look at one of the most enjoyable and least expensive ways to retire add Motorhome and RV Retirement Living to your must-read list.
This is not your typical RVing book that rehashes common knowledge. In this book you'll also learn: what's it like living full time in an rv?can i afford the rv lifestyle? what kind of rig should i get? can i drive an rv?how much will an rv cost? pitfalls to avoid & buyer checklist planning for the leap into full-time rvinghow to get rid of your stuffpets make great travelers – if you know a few tips and secrets What About Being Away From Family and Friends? How to Find the Best Campgrounds Boondocking – The Art of Camping for FreeTowing a Car – 4 Wheels Down or a Dolly? Getting Your Mail, stress-free, Voting, and relaxing are words RV owners frequently use to describe why they enjoy the RV lifestyle, adventure, and after reading this book, Where is Your Legal Residence, and Other Logistics The Internet – How to Stay Connected While on the Road Healthcare on the Road – With up-to-date 2016 InformationWays to Make Money With or Without a Computer The Emotional Aspects of the Full-time RV LifestyleAnd a Whole Lot MoreFreedom, fun, you'll understand why they feel that way.
Rving – how to make it happenin this stunning new book, Jerry Minchey takes you on an eye-opening journey into the lives of retired RVers.
RV Living Full Time: 100+ Amazing Tips, Secrets, Hacks & Resources to Motorhome Living
At first, it may all feel overwhelming, but this book will help to get you properly prepared for the next big chapter in your life. Do you dream of traveling and adventure? feeling trapped At Work and Home?Learn Amazing Tips, Secrets, and Resources To Start RV Living Full Time. Is the daily grind becoming a grind? do you feel like a zombie stuck in the same boring routine day in and out? If lucky, most people have the opportunity to travel once or twice a year.
If you're like me, then you know that's no way to truly live. Rv living full time will help you transition smoothly from a boring life at home, to the adventure of a lifetime, on the open road. Inside this book you'll learn: the initial phase – finding an rv that's right for youthe first timer's checklist a brief guide to rv legal considerations & rv safetya guide to rv expenses – Budgeting & Planning! A Guide To RV Food Prep & StorageTop 100+ Tips To Make Life On The Road EasierMy Favorite Spots Travel Guide A Guide To Earning Money From The RoadThe Ultimate RV Resource Guide Be Sure To Grab Your Copy Today!.
Live Camp Work: How to Make Money While Living in an RV & Travel Full-time, Plus 1000+ Employers Who Hire RVers
Once we solved this problem, through working jobs as we traveled, the rest fell into place. In this guide, i detail the ins and outs of the Workamping life and show you how anyone at any age can retire to an RV or just live life on the road. I also answer common questions, explain the biggest myths and mistakes while detailing employer programs that hire RVers to work at their businesses.
Make your rv dreams, Your New Reality! By Workamping. Anything you ever wanted to know about Workamping, even if you didn't know what to ask. To wrap it all up, i’ll provide you with a vast resource of 1000+ employers you can contact for rv jobs out on the road!everyone interested in learning about how to start rv living by working along the way needs to read this book! everyone interested in learning about rving prior to retirement needs to read this book! And if you're interested in Workamping and need information on the lifestyle and how to get jobs while you travel, that you can use now rather than later!WHAT'S COVERED:-What is Workamping?-Common Questions-Understanding the Lifestyle-Winter Workamping-Resumes, if you’ve been RVing for years and just need some ideas of possible work, then you’ll find a lot of useful information in this book, then you really need to read this book!Also, Photos & Camping Clubs-Downsizing-Domicile & Work Agreements-Single & Solo Workampers-Workamping Families with Kids-Top 7 Myths & Financials-Membership & Mistakes-Financial Keys to Buy an RV-How to Find the Jobs-Workamper EmployersWHAT'S NOT COVERED:-Health Insurance-Budgeting & Receiving MailLiving a life of full-time travel is an amazing experience.
This book is an excellent resource for anyone looking to get into Workamping - or improving your experience if you've already started. I just knew there had to be a way to travel full-time in an rv and make money while we did it! I was young and not close to retirement, but I wanted to live an adventurous life and RV across America! Before we could go, we needed to figure out how to either work remote, start our own location independent business or find work along the way.
We learned early on, that securing reliable income was the biggest challenge for RVing full-time.
Boondockbob's Guide to RV Boondocking
I’ve been camping since i was a boy scout and RVing for more than 40 years, Lynn, 17 of those years fulltiming with my wife, in our Bounder motorhome. If you’ve been tempted to expand your rv Lifestyle beyond established RV resorts and campgrounds into camping off the grid, this ebook may be what you need to know to kick off your adventure.
. A good portion of the time we spent boondocking – camping off the grid – enjoying the freedom away from crowded campgrounds, exploring America’s wild lands and National Parks, camping along our scenic byways, on the shores of mountain lakes and streams, in the depths of our national and state forests, and in the wide open spaces of the Southwestern deserts.
Happy Travels. In this ebook i hope to inspire you to take the road-less-traveled and find your own private campsites – and I show you step-by-step how to do it easily and painlessly.
RV Camping: RV Living for Beginners
Proximity to greenspace has been associated with lower levels of stress and reduced symptomology for depression and anxiety”. And another study done by the cbre hotels advisory group stated that, “RV vacations cost much less than other types of vacation travel, even when factoring in fuel prices and the cost of RV ownership”.
Which means you can create lifetime memories and enjoy fun activities without killing your wallet!here’s just a tiny fraction of what you’ll discover:Full color and beautiful pictures to help you understand the concepts19 must have essential items to have with you4 things you need to know to secure the absolute best possible price for an RVWhat to do if you get sick while far away from healthcare establishmentsHow to make money working from anywhereHow to plan your RV trips and destinations15 very useful apps that you must install on your phone as a full-time RVerTop 3 destinations for RVers.
. And much, much more!Take a second now to STOP. Introducing … the complete beginner’s guide to rv livingif you’ve always wanted live in an rv full-time but did not know where to begin then keep reading…Are you sick and tired of the same exhausting routine day in and day out?Are you ready for the thrill of embracing what can happen in your life without knowing exactly what lies ahead?Do you finally want to say goodbye to the dreaded rat race and discover something which works for you?If so, then you’ve come to the right place!You see, living in an RV full-time doesn’t have to be difficult.
In fact, it’s easier than you think. A report in frontiers in psychology stated that, “There is growing evidence to suggest that exposure to natural environments can be associated with mental health benefits.
A Practical Guide to Full-Time RV Living: Motorhome & RV Retirement Startup
We had some savings, we had the time, and we had the ability to go wherever we wanted in the world with the safety aspect of carrying a piece of home with you. Thus we decided to start our new life in an RV on the road. We have been living the rv life for the last five years now, and I must admit that these five years are the best years of our life so far.
A practical guide to full-time rv livingmotorhome & rv retirement StartupExactly six years ago my spouse Shirley and I have both retired from our previous careers, leaving us with quite a lot of extra time in a mostly empty house throughout the day. Hopefully, this book will help you avoid the rookie mistakes we had made when we started out and make your transition smoother and more enjoyable.
Here is a quick glimpse of What we Covered In this Guide. How to decide if RV living is Right for You. Pros & cons of full-time rv livingthe cost to full-time rv livingaffordability of rv living life stylehow to prepare for full-time life on the road5 step transition processhow to pick and buy the right RV for youVarious Types of RV’s and their estimated priceFactors to Consider when Choosing a New or Used RVUsed RV Buying ChecklistHow Everything Works in an RVBest way to Insure & Protect your InvestmentHighway System, Best Practices Tips and TricksHow & What to Pack for Full-Time RV LivingUtility SourcesInternet, Mail, Banking, Cell phones, Signs and ParkingLearning to Drive an RV, State Residency, Etc.
Health insurance and emergencyhow to make your rv more livablebest way to cook, rv parks, clean and protect your rvbest way to handle sewer tankhow to stay warm in the Winter and Cool in the SummerSafety in RV LifeHow to be prepared for Emergency & Severe WeatherTraveling with your PetsHow to Pick the Best Places to Stay Boondocking, and CampgroundsHow to Perform Simple, Easy Maintenance & RepairsList of Tools You Should HaveHow to Save Money and Live ComfortablySo let’s get started and take a look at whether or not this lifestyle is right for you.
I also must admit that not everything has been glorious and fun, we have faced our fair share of problems and hiccups on various fronts, but looking back, yes, they all were great learning experiences. However, rv living isn’t just for retirees; it can be for anyone who wants to enjoy the freedom of living on the road although this doesn’t mean that full-time RV living is for everyone.