|Full time RV'ers don't clean pools!|
So my dreams have started to be flooded with RV's. In my dreams I always find the most spacious rigs with all kinds of amenities for almost no money at all. And then I wake up. But even the crazy dreams will give some great ideas for the future. The only limit to our imagination is actually the budget that we work with, but with some hard work and dedication, you can get quite a bit accomplished.
My work has started to feel like a grind, which is unusual, cause I really love my job. Maybe it is just that we have been so busy lately, that I feel like I can not get everything done. Could be also that my mind is just shifting into the possibility of relaxed life with my family, where ever we want to be. Could be on any of the thousands of possible beaches, or on a mountain overlooking the valleys or by the lake typing away onto my blog. No waking up at 5am... Oh boy, I need to stop dreaming, or life will feel really hard.
|Just kick back and enjoy for a change|
This full time RV'ing has started to feel more and more like actually something that can be an extremely enjoyable experience. I don't even understand anymore why did I ever think that it would be miserable, not fun, and I would have to give up everything? Probably just because I thought that all the material things were what mattered, now I am little more geared towards thinking that the quality of life might actually matter a bit more.
There is no room for arguments in an RV, we will be very close to each other all the time, even when we would like to get a bit distance. We need to learn how to compromise, how to read the other person, and how to share the same space and at the same time be all by ourselves. Of course there is always the great outdoors, but even if we plan on following the nice weather, we might be in the middle of unexpected down pour, and taking your distance is not necessarily always possible.
|And have your family with you|
We will sincerely miss all our friends and family, but with the internet, facebook, and the blog we will still be in contact. Since we are on wheels, we may actually see a lot of you in person more often as we travel around. We will also miss the convenience of suburban living, when you are boon docking the convenience store is not always there next to you, you have to think about all shopping needs ahead of time. And of course we will miss some things that we won't be able to take with us, like my husbands hockey team. I will be on the other hand very pleased that the sweaty hockey gear (no matter how well it was washed) is no longer stinking up the garage.