Full-time RVers live in their motorhomes or travel trailers. For some of them the vehicle is the only home.
Although RV lifestyle is especially popular among retirees and contract workers, more and more younger people join the ranks of full-timers for different reasons. Many want their lives to be simplier, choose to sell their houses and liberate themselves of most possessions to live smaller.
Thanks to almost ubiquitous mobile Internet, you can now have a full-time job and work remotely from a national park or campground in another state.
Below we've listed some of the best full-time RV blogs out there.
Jason and Nikki Wynn have been traveling, RVing and now sailing pretty much full time since 2011.
They're not just living their dream, they share their adventures inspiring others to follow their footsteps.
How to travel like a local?
How to wild camp?
How to make money anywhere?
Answers to these and others questions are readily available in their blog posts and videos.
One thing we like in particular is their interactive map of national parks, campgrounds and more.
Cherie and Chris are true digital technomads, on the road since 2006.
Their motorhome is a 1961 vintage bus, fully converted, owned by a cat (not vice versa ;) and packed with good ideas.
They combine full-time travel across the country with remote work as technology and strategy consultants. (Two Steps Beyond)
Fortunately they still have time and energy to share their experience and advice with you.
Marc and Julie are full-time RVers who are living and traveling full time in their RV since 2014.
They visited all of the lower 48 states of the USA, sharing their journey along the way.
They are not retired, they're still working and saving. However, they didn't want to wait until retirement to live the lifestyle they were dreaming of.
If you were thinking that RVing was only for retired people, Marc and Julie will prove you wrong.
On their website you will find plenty of inspiration, useful articles and tips to help you get on the road too.
The Kellog Family, all 14 (yes, fourteen) of them, live in an RV while traveling across North America.
What started as a vacation began a way of life. Since 2012 they logged over 85,000 miles.
They are not interested in working nine-to-five, living for weekends and those two week vacations.
So they decided to leave behind all they know and follow their adventure-filled dream that inspires them every day. They find their freedom and joy when they're out together - exploring, kayaking, snowboarding, hiking, biking and more.
Their RV is a 36' 1999 Georgie Boy Cruisemaster.
The Currens are a family of five traveling in an Airstream. It all started when they went for a house swapping adventure in Virginia.
They simply decided to not go back home.
After 3 months of planning they gave up their house to pursue full time travel in an Airstream.
They have been over 900 days on the road and offer plenty of tips about family travel including preparation, finances, homeschooling and fun activities (hiking etc.)
Don't miss their national park guides and photos!
Jason and Kristin Snow love to collect experiences instead of things.
They walked away from conventional lives three years ago to traverse North America in their RV.
Without previous RVing experience, they decided to buy and overhaul a 1965 Aistream travel trailer.
As they were rebuilding it, they realized it was much more about building a home than just a short vacation RV.
They found away to make their careers mobile, rented out their house, and hit the road full time.
Mark and Emily are avid travelers and adventurers who have been traveling full-time in their RV and sailboat.
They started out in a 27' travel trailer, which later they upgraded to a 36' fifth wheel.
Mark grew up in Michigan, Emily in Massachusetts. In May 2007 they decided to leave their comfortable home in Arizona and began their journey.
The stories and photos they share are likely to inspire you to follow your dreams of travel, freedom and adventure.
Kerensa & Brandon changed their stationary home for a motorhome to explore the US.
They are passionate about finding new places for scuba diving and experiencing the best local food America has to offer.
Living in the NYC/NJ area, they started camping with a pop-up camper to escape the city life.
They thought: "Maybe we could do this full-time?"
After extensive planning and research they left their corporate jobs and became consultants on the road. (deglossed.com)
Their current motorhome is a 30ft 2012 Newmar Bay Star.
Jim and René live with their dog Jerry in a fifth wheel and have been working from their home on the road since 2007.
In their blog they offer plenty of tips about nomadic lifestyle, as well as an ebook.
Jim and René are true location independent entrepreneurs. They earn money from multiple sources, including workamping, writing, niche blogging and more.
They are open to sharing with you the details, how they've done it, as well as their road experiences to hopefully inspire those dreaming about similar adventures.
Family of five (plus a cat) are exploring North America full time in an Airstream since 2008.
Marlene homeschools the girls on the road. Dan is a remote web developer, so he is able to work whenever he gets online.
Mali Mish means "Little Mouse" in Croatian and is the name of their 2007 Aistream 25 foot travel trailer.
On their blog they share plenty of maps and other useful resources.
If you're looking for tips about traveling with trailer and boondocking, head on to Mali Mish.
Brenda and David are traveling full-time in their motorhome.
They have been traveling since 2008, enjoying meeting many different people along the way.
They started full time RVing in the summer of 2013.
People sometimes give them a strange look, saying "isn't it sad that you don't have a home". To which David and Brenda respond: "We do have a home. It just happens to have wheels" :-)
Check out their Live Cameras!
Marie and Josh are true digital nomads.
They sold their house, moved into their RV and are working online full-time while travelling around the USA.
In their blog they share plenty of stories as well as useful tips for anyone willing to see the beautiful outdoors and work on the go.
How can I become a digital nomad?
Read their blog, you'll find the answers.
Anne and Ray live and travel in their Keystone Cougar fifth wheel.
On their blog you can find many tips, upgrade how-tos, RV product reviews and other useful and fun resources.
The RV story of Ray and Anne started over five years ago when they decided to sell their home and get fifth wheel trailer.
Today they travel full time, going south in the winters and returning to the north for the summer months.
They have seen, and Anne photographed, some of most beautiful landscapes the nature has to offer.