Hi guys! I'm Jenn, welcome to my page and my adventures! I have spent the majority of my adult life chasing the American dream, and I'm over it. I'm trading my comfortable suburban life and 2200 sq ft home, for a 400 sq ft RV and a life full of adventure. My family and I have decided to choose experiences over things. We are ridding our lives of excess, learning to live small, travel, and make the most of every single day. This has always been our dream, but we kept waiting. We were waiting for the kids to grow up, for our mortgage to be paid off, for early retirement..... we have been waiting rather than living. My husband is now dealing with unexpected and seemingly unmanageable health issues. We have realized that time and health are both very precious. We don't want to waste any of the time or good health that we have right now just waiting. I plan to share my journey with all of you, in hopes of encouraging and inspiring you to chase your dreams too! 

 

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The Staycation

February 20, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It was super unusual going back into a home again after living in an RV for nearly 10 months! There are advantages and disadvantages. I don't miss cleaning a huge house lol. I do enjoy a big bath tub! 

 

Our repairs took longer than expected. They actually took more than twice the expected amount of time. This seems to be a common occurrence with RV repairs. We weren't really ready for that! Especially because we bought a brand new unit when we put our home up for sale. 

 

This is one of the challenges of being a full time RV-er. You will need to be flexible! When a traditional home needs repaired, someone comes to you. That is not always the case when you live in an RV. Your home may need to go in the shop. 

 

We made the most of it. We rented a furnished house in our area and treated the whole experience like a vacation. Aaron had a birthday, I had a minor surgery, we had a whole lot of life happen during our "staycation".... both good and not so good stuff. That's life though right?! The ability to be flexible and adjust to change is necessary for a good life! Its especially necessary for RV life. 

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