Full Time R.V.er’s – All The Reasons To Turn Your Life Into Adventure

Do you feel like you’re stuck in a dead-end routine or a constant loop of the same responsibilities and even fun activities? The hustle and bustle of the world we live in rarely allow for any space or time for experiencing some of the adventures we dreamed of having as children. One day you’re 10 years old, dreaming of traveling the world, and the next you find yourself stuck in a job to pay for things you don’t need nor can you afford. If you’re looking to turn your life into a series of adventures and fulfill your childhood dreams you should consider being a full-time R.V.er, and here are even more reasons to get you started.

1. More Time Outdoors

We spend so much of our time indoors nowadays, whether at home, work, the mall, or a restaurant. Living in an R.V entails being outside more, not just because of the small space, but also because R.V campsites are usually worth being outside exploring. It’s one of the best things about living in an R.V; living anywhere you want and experiencing all kinds of nature, not to mention seeing some wildlife on the way. You can be at a mountain location one day then at the beach the next. You’ll have the rare opportunity to witness all kinds of scenic views that people spend so much money to enjoy right in your ‘backyard’.

2. Following The Weather

One of the most irritating things about living in one location is having to deal with all the weather that comes with it, good or bad. When you live in an R.V, however, you get to follow your favorite weather. Who said only the wealthy get to spend their winters by the beach and their summers on the lake? Instead of paying thousands to escape bad weather and stay in a fancy resort, your home on wheels can take you to where the weather suits you. Whether you feel like building a snowman, sunbathing on a beach, or strolling among blooming flowers, you get to choose the climate you want to live in.

3. Fewer Commitments

Living in a house means you have a lot of responsibilities to keep track of whether it’s the mortgage payments or its overall upkeep. Living in an R.V eliminates a lot of these commitments, especially financial ones. Your home would be paid off, so there’s no need for monthly mortgage payments, and there won’t be any expenses for gardening or a yard to take care of. Another commitment you’ll get rid of is the constraints that come with living in a house like having to put up with annoying neighbors or the complexity of moving to a new place. In an R.V, if you don’t like your neighbors, move! You don’t like your surroundings? Get behind the wheel and simply drive away!

4. Experiences Over Materials

We live in a material world where people’s only goal seems to be having heaps of things that they don’t need anyway. If you want to escape the hustle of urbanism and the consumer world and lead a simpler life, living in an RV is your answer. The adventure junkies over at The Roving Foleys believe that there’s no better way in getting the best life experience than living in an R.V. After giving up their lives and getting an R.V to roam around America, they guarantee it would be one adventure and new experience after the other. The lifestyle of minimalism also means you’ll have less to worry about, giving you the mental space to value experiences more. 

5. You Develop New Skills

Living in an R.V will gain you life skills that you can’t get anywhere else. Being always on the move will make you more flexible, for example, being able to adapt to any kind of environment and situation. In the instances where something doesn’t go right, you’ll develop the skill of reacting well under stress in a way that no 9 to 5 job can give you. You’ll also learn how to fix up things in the R.V once you realize it will take too much time and money to take it to the shop every time something needs maintenance

If all of this doesn’t convince you to get to R.V shopping straight away, we don’t know what will! It’s the perfect answer for all those who feel like they have a constant craving for adventure. It also makes you have a new-found appreciation of the world in its true form rather than the digitalized one we’re stuck in. You get to delve deeper into yourself and your thoughts to get to know them better, not to mention getting to know people from all walks of life along the way. Each new experience and each person you meet will come with a new lesson that you’ll remember and cherish forever.