Have you longed for adventure, freedom, and fun while living a relaxing and stress-free life? RV Living has all of the answers as to how you can make this dream a reality.
You don't have to be tied down to a single job or location for the rest of your life. You can make your own decision in choosing where you live and traveling when you want.
More people than ever are ditching the boring 9-5 lifestyle and making the choice to live the life they desire. You can be a part of the growing RV movement!
Before you start on this exciting journey, you have to be prepared for what lies ahead. This book will help make the process easier so you can hit the road sooner.
Things you'll learn from listening to this book:
How to choose the right RV
How to plan for RV residence
Financial management while on the road
Living with family, friends, and/or pets with limited space
Security and safety
Tips to make life easier on the road
And so much more....
So what are you waiting for? You can continue living your life that doesn't bring any fulfillment or you can make a change and live the life you want. Download a copy of RV Living: A Beginners' Guide To RV Living Full Time today!
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a simplistic/off-topic waste of time
One can learn more about RVs in any capacity by 10 minutes of online research than you can get out of this book. Any good reviews left for this book are HIGHLY suspect!
Cheap radio commercial guy.
Seriously disappointed that I wasted my $ on it / its a joke.
Why does the author think people would be remotely interested in his childish "list" of things you can "do for a living" in order to be able to afford living in an RV?!?!? I swear, the guy has a top-10 list of things "you can do to make money to live the RV lifestyle", such as, you can simply be a writer, a photographer, a web-page designer, etc...What is this guy smoking? If he wanted to write about ways to tune in / drop out and be hippie/vagabond RV'ers, thats one very small segment of the universe of people interested in RVs. Most are actually well established and want to learn what its like to travel/live on the road in an RV, NOT the crazy childish rambling this guy throws out for half of his short book.