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When you think someone who lives in an RV is most likely a retired couple. Well, that’s not me. Sure, I could’ve waited until I got older to purchase an 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?

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 SMALL RV while traveling. I’ll let you in on what my life is like… the good and the bad and the ugly. 

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