• We were surrounded by beautiful things in ritzy Downtown Seattle. We are self-employed and work from home. One day, my husband looked at me and asked "why are we working so hard, just to be able to pay for a spot where we can work?" That struck home - literally. Within a week, we had sold everything and were driving an RV across the country.

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  • Living in an RV doesn't have to mean liver spot brown and 1975 plaid like I had thought. One Pinterest search for glam RV makeovers will pull up results like this and completely change your mind about RVs.

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  • At the ages of 23 and 25, my husband and I can afford to actually own something, live debt-free and design our dream home to a T - just in 200 or less square feet. All of this rather than wasting thousands a month in rent.

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  • Rv-ing is an extremely inexpensive to travel. You get out of paying rent, property taxes and other costs that come with renting or owning a home. I always thought the most tiring part of traveling is not having your stuff with you and not being organized. Traveling in an RV eliminates both of those stressed.

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  • You go where ever your wanderlust takes you. If you wake up and the weather forecast isn't desirable, you simply drive to your next location that is sunnier. It is the most freeing decision we have ever made.

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