We’re not the only ones who decided not to wait for traditional retirement to travel full time. Below are links to other inspiring ‘younger’ RVing nomads following their own paths.. and blogging about it. From working on the road to early retirement.
For further inspiration, we also recommend checking out these resources:
Xscapers – Offered by the Escapees RV Club, specifically for the working aged RVer. Providing real resources ranging from domicile & mail forwarding, running businesses remotely, finding jobs, health insurance, social/community, information, advocacy, RV Parks & discounts and much more. At $39.95/year, it’s a no-brainer to join (tell ’em Technomadia sent ya!).
- Income on the Road – Our extensive article about income sources on the road with over 70 ideas, and thoughts on remote work, workamping to self-employment.
- Ramblings: Tales from Nomads our video series, where we have interviewed some of the folks listed below.
- No Excuses: Go Nomadic our blog series, answering many of the common logistical questions about mobile income sources, affording travel, pets, family, healthcare, mail, domicile, banking, community, safety, etc.
- The Make Money & RV FB Group – community of ‘RV Entrepreneurs’ hosted by Heath & Alyssa. Also check out their fantastic RV Entrepreneur Podcast, interviewing dozens of amazing working on the road full timers (we’re episode #9).
- The NuRVers website and NuRVers FB Page – a community of alternative minded ‘young at heart RVers’.
- HitchItch – For a comprehensive listing of RVing blogs from all sorts of genres.
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There are lots of families traveling on the road! For further inspiration and resources, please check out these communities:
Have a blog you think is a fit for this list? Best way to get on this list is to be active on social media (and with us), be active in forums/groups or even link to us from your own blog. We add blogs as we organically stumble across them. Also, a couple times a year we do a general refresh of this list and put out an open call on social media for new submissions.
We primarily link to non-commercial blogs that are fairly actively sharing about life on the road as non-(traditional)retirement aged full time RVing perpetual nomads. To keep this list manageable and fresh, we trim out non-active blogs or folks who quit the RVing lifestyle.