RV Living Tips, RVing Safety Tips RV Wind Storm Safety: How to Survive Posted by Carolyn Higgins on December 14, 2022 Living full-time in an RV means encountering every type of weather condition. I’ve been through some crazy wind storms over the last six years, experiencing wind gusts up to 70 mph/43 km. Sitting in […]
Places, RV Living Tips My Best States for Winter RV Life Posted by Carolyn Higgins on October 18, 2022 Fall is in the air, and winter is around the corner. For those of us who live in Residential Vehicles, cars, or vans, this time of year means we either winterize or move to warmer weather. […]
RV Living Tips Securing Your Campsite When You’re Gone Posted by Carolyn Higgins on September 20, 2022 Leaving a Dispersed Camp for Supplies Living in a Class R RV has many benefits, but it also has its drawbacks. People always ask if it would be easier towing a vehicle (“Toad”) for running errands and zipping […]
Getting Started w/ RV Living, RV Living Tips FIVE REASONS TO LIVE IN A CLASS C RV Posted by Carolyn Higgins on March 16, 2022 If you had the choice to live in an RV, van, motorhome, School Bus, Class A, Class C, or Sprinter van what would you choose to live in?? There are […]
I shared the 10 Must Have Items for Full-Time RV Living in a recent video to help you prepare for full time RV or Van Life. After living in an RV for nearly 4 years, I’ve learned there are some tools, services and products that I can’t live without. I share those with you and […]
Full time RV Living may not be for everyone. There are certain characteristics or traits that make a successful modern-day-nomad. You may want to consider risk tolerance, budget, loneliness and more. Do you have what it takes? Check out this video to find out!