Roadblock of Financial Struggle

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What is the first roadblock to full-time RV living that must be hurdled?

In my humble opinion, it is finances. Everyone’s excuse – I’m broke – Do you think you can’t afford to travel?  Well maybe you can’t afford to hop on a plane and fly to a foreign country (and neither can I) but I would ask you to think about how you can discover the land where you live right now.

My first roadblock is financial. I am not yet ready to buy an RV. Let’s face it, these monsters are $50k and up brand new. Of course, I could buy used but I really need a warranty. I know my limitations and automotive work is not something I can handle.

To address the roadblock of financial struggle and full-time RV living, I will first need to backpedal. Yes, dare I say take a few steps back? Perhaps we can call it pivoting. When life throws us curve balls, sometimes we must change direction and that is what I have decided to do. While I save the money to purchase my RV outright, I have decided that traveling is still going to be a part of my life; and you can too.

Here’s How:

I must think about why I want to live in an RV. My motivational factor is that life is too short to spend sitting at home, watching TV, and letting life just happen. I need adventure, even if it means I can’t live in an RV right now. But how do I afford adventure on my limited budget?

I afford adventure on my limited budget by using my home as a base camp. I live in Ohio and there are many wonderful places to see:

  1. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland
  2. Football Hall of Fame in Canton
  3. Air Force Museum in Dayton
  4. Cedar Point in Sandusky
  5. And let’s not forget the home of the National Tractor Pulls – Bowling Green

Just to name a few.

Can you think of some places near your base camp, in your state, where you can find adventure? If you’d like to see where I end up next, subscribe here so that you don’t miss out on any places that I may visit.

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Author: Donna

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