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Start Your Adventure On The Open Road And Reignite Your Zest For Life With This Complete Guide To Full-Time RV LivingBack in 2018, the RV Industry Association, or RVIA, announced that there was an estimated 1 million Americans who have ditched houses for the open road... and they have never been happier! These people are part of a movement wherein people ditched their tradi Start Your Adventure On The Open Road And Reignite Your Zest For Life With This Complete Guide To Full-Time RV LivingBack in 2018, the RV Industry Association, or RVIA, announced that there was an estimated 1 million Americans who have ditched houses for the open road... and they have never been happier! These people are part of a movement wherein people ditched their traditional "sticks and bricks" homes and embraced a life of minimalism, freelance work, and travel. Indeed life on the road does present challenges, but the benefits significantly outweigh them. In this book, Frank Laws has created the complete guide to a full-time RV retirement and nomadic life, so you can learn how to start your adventure on the open road, all around the world! Here's what you'll get: Everything you need to know about RV boondocking, including tips on how to make the most out of dry camping The PROs and CONs to living full-time in an RV vs. a traditional house How to find the right type of RV How to overcome the emotional part of engaging on the full-time RV lifestyle All the safety and first aid precautions to consider All the essentials How to get ready for adventure How to plan for retirement and live in an RV The cost of RV retirement And so much more! Sure, the nomadic life does has its downsides. While the traditional home provides a sense of security and structure, RV homes present multiple opportunities to experience life. Join the RV movement and free yourself from social norms and daily existential struggles! Scroll up and Click on "Buy Now" today!


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Start Your Adventure On The Open Road And Reignite Your Zest For Life With This Complete Guide To Full-Time RV LivingBack in 2018, the RV Industry Association, or RVIA, announced that there was an estimated 1 million Americans who have ditched houses for the open road... and they have never been happier! These people are part of a movement wherein people ditched their tradi Start Your Adventure On The Open Road And Reignite Your Zest For Life With This Complete Guide To Full-Time RV LivingBack in 2018, the RV Industry Association, or RVIA, announced that there was an estimated 1 million Americans who have ditched houses for the open road... and they have never been happier! These people are part of a movement wherein people ditched their traditional "sticks and bricks" homes and embraced a life of minimalism, freelance work, and travel. Indeed life on the road does present challenges, but the benefits significantly outweigh them. In this book, Frank Laws has created the complete guide to a full-time RV retirement and nomadic life, so you can learn how to start your adventure on the open road, all around the world! Here's what you'll get: Everything you need to know about RV boondocking, including tips on how to make the most out of dry camping The PROs and CONs to living full-time in an RV vs. a traditional house How to find the right type of RV How to overcome the emotional part of engaging on the full-time RV lifestyle All the safety and first aid precautions to consider All the essentials How to get ready for adventure How to plan for retirement and live in an RV The cost of RV retirement And so much more! Sure, the nomadic life does has its downsides. While the traditional home provides a sense of security and structure, RV homes present multiple opportunities to experience life. Join the RV movement and free yourself from social norms and daily existential struggles! Scroll up and Click on "Buy Now" today!

3 review for Full-Time RV Living: The Complete Guide to a Full-Time Nomad Life / RV Retirement. Discover How to Start on Your Adventure on the Road Around the World.

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jamie Jack

    Random Grab Bag First, let me unequivocally state that this is not a “complete guide” to being a full-time RVer despite what the subtitle says. It actually comes across as a random grab bag of information about camping in general (the cover should have been a clue), boondocking (a very specific type of RVing), and what should be the main topic of the book, full-time RV living. For some reason, the book starts with a discussion about RV boondocking, which I had never heard of; the author did not e Random Grab Bag First, let me unequivocally state that this is not a “complete guide” to being a full-time RVer despite what the subtitle says. It actually comes across as a random grab bag of information about camping in general (the cover should have been a clue), boondocking (a very specific type of RVing), and what should be the main topic of the book, full-time RV living. For some reason, the book starts with a discussion about RV boondocking, which I had never heard of; the author did not explain it well either, so I had to actually look it up on the internet to know what it means. It is dry camping, where the RV doesn’t hook up to external things like electricity or water, in case you didn't know. There's further discussion of this in the back of the book, too. While there is some discussion on the pluses and minuses of becoming a full-time RVer and how to break away from brick-and-mortar home-based living, the bulk of the book seems to be about straight camping, not RVing. An inordinate amount seems to be spent on tent choice and how to work with tents, which may not be necessary unless you choose to camp rough while you RV. There's a section on retirement RVing while no discussion is given about making an income while on the road if you're not retired. I have read this author's other book on general RV camping, and that book had a huge section on how to work from the road. That topic seemed out of place in a general book on RV camping, but it seems like it would be perfect for this book. I wonder why the author didn't include it here instead. All in all, I think this is a poorly organized book that certainly does not have all the information you would need to become a full-time RVer. I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Monica

    So this book is missing so much stuff. The chapters would start off talking about one thing and then never really go into that information. I also skipped most of the middle section because it was about camping with a tent. The whole point of this book I thought was about Full-Time RV living but the title is very misleading. I found it had more to do with camping with a tent then RV Living. *I received a free copy of this book from booksprout and am voluntarily giving my honest opinion*

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kayte

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