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Life As A Digital Nomad Living In An RV

An RV can make any environment feel more like a home base. The definition of a digital nomad is a person who makes their living on the internet and who has no established physical home. There are quite a few benefits in living as a digital nomad but there are drawbacks as well. Advantages of the digital nomad lifestyle You are not bound to the pressures of modern society unless you want to be. It's not a nine to five job, but it can be if you prefer. You set your own work schedule which means that you can work at midnight if you like the structure. There is no need for travel to and from a job and you are working for yourself instead of a corporation or factory. One of the greatest benefits to being a digital nomad is that you can work from nearly any location in the world that is connected to the internet. I do it by living in an RV. Moving from place to place in an RV gives you have the freedom to move around without job interference and to return to a familiar setting. This life offers an excellent opportunity to see [...]

When you think someone who lives on an RV is most likely a retired couple. Well, that’s not me. Sure, I could’ve waited until I got older to purchase a RV and live a life free on the road or I could do it now…while I’m in the prime of my life and could really enjoy everything a nomadic lifestyle has to offer. After all, who knows what will happen in the distant future?

I decided to create this website for people like me. Individuals and families who want to make the most of their life right now. Of course, it helps if you have the skills to make a living online, but there are ways to make it happen even if you are not yet able to do this. 

If you’re not quite sure the digital nomad lifestyle is right for you, check out my own experiences and make your decision from there. I’ll keep you up-to-date on what it’s like living in a Class B RV, while traveling. I’ll let you in on what my life is like… the good and the bad and the ugly. 

Being a digital nomad is a mentality not just a lifestyle. My goal is to build a like-minded community, complete with blogs, forums, educating materials and events to help us stay in touch and help each other to grow and become a digital nomad.  

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5 Must Have Apps For The RV Traveler

Years ago, traveling in an RV meant having more maps than you knew what to do with and quarters for the pay phone so that you could call around for information. Today, we have the technology where none of that is necessary. GPS has replaced the folder full of maps and Android and iPhone apps have replaced the need to make phone calls. If you are going to be traveling in an RV, you should make sure that you download the must-have apps for the RV traveler. RoadTrippers - Find Attractions and Points of Interest This is an excellent app [...]

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How to Avoid Buying a Class B Lemon

You've made the decision to invest in a used RV, have chosen a Class B, and are ready to bring one home. However, to make sure that your RV dreams don't become a huge hassle, there are many things you should consider and look out for prior to making a purchase. Buying a used Class B RV provides tons of savings compared to buying new, but you'll need to be careful that you don't end up with a vehicle that's full of problems and hidden flaws. To have the best experience possible owning a used class B, here are some [...]

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Iceland – My Solo 8-Day-Road-Trip With Video

Even though I didn't take my RV with me, a trip to Iceland is part of my digital nomad lifestyle. I found an extremely good flight deal by the Icelandic WOW airlines and I've decided to do a road trip around the island. I rented a car and reserved places through AirBnb. I must admit, I regretted my decision... Iceland is the perfect country to use an RV instead of hotels, there are so many RVs and sleeping vans on the road, many rental companies offer them for the price of car rental + hotel. It's basically the same price [...]

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5 Awesome And 5 Bad Things About Iceland

5 Awesome things about Iceland No cash needed - I was in Iceland for 8 days and did not use any cash only my credit card. They accept it everywhere. I even saw public bathrooms where you could pay with your credit cards. Safety - Iceland is one of the safest countries in the World. If you decide to rent a camping van, RV or just travel around camping you will have no problem to find safe, free places to stay. Tap water quality - you won't need to buy water in Iceland, just bring an empty bottle and fill [...]

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15 Things To Do To Be Safe In Your RV as a Solo Traveller

It is often found that people have a certain apprehension towards anyone traveling solo in an RV. They are often astonished about the same. And if women are the ones leading such a lifestyle, the questions about safety are even more. The concern is real as there are a lot of aspects to be looked into before traveling solo like safety, security. There are a certain number of aspects to be taken care of while traveling alone in an RV. Here are a few general tips and guides that ensure safety for solo travelers of an RV. TIPS TO ALWAYS [...]

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How To Rent Out Your RV And Earn Up To $300 A Day

The travel industry has undergone a major shift over the past few years as consumers discover the advantages of peer-to-peer rentals. Online marketplaces like Airbnb.com and VRBO.com are connecting travelers with short-term vacation rentals, allowing owners to profit from properties they only use for part of the year. The trend has also moved into other travel sectors, including RV rentals. If you’re an RV owner, there are a multitude of reasons why you should consider renting your RV when you’re not using it. The Booming RV Sharing Market There’s no question that more people are taking vacations, including road [...]