Amazon Day!

It’s Amazon day!! Just kidding, but really, I feel like it! Tomorrow the RV arrives and we begin our fulltime prep!

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This weekend will be busy and crazy, but we’re hoping to take some before videos so you all can see where we’ll be living starting next month!

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Am I Ready?

One of my very close friends asked me today if I feel ready to move into the RV, or if I’m totally stressing and freaking out. I automatically gave her my typical “Oh ya, just hoping to get everything packed in time” response. Then I continued about my ridiculously busy day (which I keep meaning to do something about meĀ overbooking myself). It wasn’t until about 9pm that I actually had a second to stop, think, and walk around the house. Am I ready?? And it hit me…

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Life is Full of Goodbyes

We are fortunate enough (depending on how you look at it and how big of a travel bug you have) to be able to stay local due to my husband’s job. We have enough campgrounds around us to keep us moving pretty regularly which adds to the local adventure. We are also already planning several out of town travel trips. I could talk all day long about my trips that are in the works because I cannot wait to travel more, but I’ll get back to what this post is about. Goodbyes.

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The Road to Fulltiming

I honestly don’t even know where to begin, but I feel like an update is much needed/deserved for our awesome followers! That’s you! šŸ™‚ Once we officially decided to giveĀ fulltiming a try, the first step was notifying our landlord. We were hoping for a July launch date to allow us more packing/prepping time, but June 1st it is! So needless to say, some serious decluttering and packing started happening immediately. Decluttering is both easier and harder than you would think.

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To Fulltime or Not – that is the question!

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, andĀ 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.

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