So you are considering fulltime rving ! For some, it’s an easy decision. For others it’s a decision that causes apprehension, maybe even nausea at the thought. One minute you are living in a solid home with all the things you’ve accumulated, lots of stuffed closets and attic storage. You have a basement that is overflowing with your stuff, and a 2 car garage that won’t even hold one car any more. The next minute you are living in a small box, wondering where to put everything. Well, the truth is “There is No Place to Put Everything”! Fulltime RVing means you will have to part with a lot of stuff. Or, if you just can’t do that, you will at least have to rent a lot of storage space.
It may not seem so at first, but getting rid of your accumulated “things” can be very liberating. This is where everyone has to have a similar mind set. You can’t expect your partner to give up all her things while you can’t give up yours. Everyone needs to be in general agreement and you have to work through it together. But if you can get through this phase, you probably will be amazed at how this decision will free your time, your mind and spirit.
Fulltime RVing can simplify things
I figured it up once and I have spent literally several years of my life mowing grass and weed-eating. Add to that the time spent raking leaves and yard accumulations and you’re talking about some real time. Of course I know that many of you consider gardening and yard work a form of therapy. There were times when I did also.
But now as I write this, I take real pleasure in glancing over at the grounds crew in this campground as they mow my little piece of grass and weed-eat around my fire pit. And yes, I do have to find other ways to exercise, but biking is more fun than mowing.
Other Positive Features of Fulltime RVing