The short answer: yes. The rest of the answer: but not without some adjustments and challenges. Here’s the skinny on things we plan to adjust or just flat out live with. Please keep in mind, we only have our personal experiences of short traveling to base our opinions off of. We plan to learn along the way, as with anything else in life.
Okay, so we’ve officially decided to fulltime in our RV! WooHoo!!! Now here’s some questions we’ve asked ourselves, keep in mind this is still a work in progress so we may not have all the answers, even when we think we do! Ha!
For those of you who don’t know, fulltiming is a term often used in the RV world. It means that you live fulltime in your RV. Some people sell their S+B (sticks and bricks) home, some rent it out, others move out of their rental homes. Either way, they’re moving into a much smaller space for an extended period of time. Some people go into fulltiming with a set timeline, while others have no end goal. I’ve seen many people who take a 1-5 year sabbatical from their current life, and others plan to do it forever. Some people literally sell everything they own, while others put it all in storage. Some people fulltime to pay off their RV, some do it to become debt free, some to simply travel and see the country, and others may never leave their campground. So as you can see, fulltiming varies from person to person and family to family.