Another quick post this week while we continue our hiatus from creating new content, with some links to some past content that you might enjoy catching up on. As a newer reader, you might not have seen this past content. And long time readers might have forgotten about them.
One of the more frequent questions we’ve seen asked in RVing groups and forums is ‘how much should I budget for full time RVing?’. It’s one of those ‘it depends’ answers based on your own personal budget, lifestyle choices and preferences. Over the years we’ve kept a log of our monthly travel related costs, and have shared them publicly. This post goes over a lot of information on considerations for setting your own budget, and includes a lengthy in-depth video too.
When you get into RVing you can easily be overwhelmed with all the choices. But which clubs are right for you?
This post/video go over the features & benefits of each – so that you can make an informed decision of where to put your hard earned dollars.
The winter boondocking season is upon us. Even if you follow the warmer weather, chilly nights can still catch up. Here’s our tips and tricks for keeping warm on those night without blowing your electricity or propane budget.
Moving into a small space means you’ll likely have much more limited storage for clothing. Moving into a home that moves, means you might need more variety for seasonal climate changes & special events.
Here’s our tips and tricks for having a versatile RVing wardrobe suitable for hiking, lounging around, enduring a variety of climates to a night on the town.
Got food restrictions? It’s not as difficult as you might think to travel full time and eat within your limitations. I’m gluten free and mostly vegetarian – and we’ve found awesome options in some very unexpected places of small towns across the country.
And especially with an RV, you always have your kitchen with you.
General Update: We’re doing fine. We’re very much continuing to enjoy some down time from being as engaged on social media and focusing on taking care of ourselves. We’re exploring the desert southwest this winter with no specific plans for the upcoming months, and it feels great to have no commitments on our plate. We’ll transition out of hiatus for our usual year end wrap-up posts, and likely resume some semblance of ‘normal’ blogging after the beginning of the year.
You can catch us being active on the Internet for RVers public Facebook group, and covering the mobile internet news over at RVMobileInternet.com. We’ve also been able to create a bunch of new content over there with the new found extra time.
Until next time… we wish you well and much joy this holiday season.