Many travelers are leaving their 9-5 job to dedicate their time to a life of travel and adventure.
As an RV owner or an aspiring wanderluster, trading in the sticks and bricks home to live life on the road is certainly possible. We’ve gathered a few fellow full-timers to share some inspiration, and how they got started.
This family of six decided to explore Australia after growing tired of long work hours, and no real work-life balance.
For 20 years, their life had become centered around their profession in the dairy industry, leaving little time travel.
After coming to the conclusion that family, friends, and health were the most important things in their lives, they set out to seek an opportunity that would give them that balance.
They began a 6-month long landscaping project on the weekends, perfecting their home to put on the market. Within a week of its listing, their house had sold, and they bought an Airstream Caravan to begin their journey around Australia.
To date, they share their travels and adventures around Australia. Personally, we follow along with them on Instagram, and share their latest trips.
Like many, Cass began dreaming about her next vacation in the setting of her cubicle, and searching for new places to visit for a little vacation inspo.
When one search lead to another, she found many people who were once in a similar position. From bloggers to podcasters, and a some binge watching of the RV Entrepreneur Podcast, Cass decided to give the nomadic lifestyle a try.
By minimizing and selling her belongings, she was able to hit the road with her 4Runner and buy a 2001 Class C RV, which she soon sold after experiencing maintenance issues.
Determined to still travel, Cass decide to hop to a new AirBnB once a week, which she did for 6 months before buying an Airstream Basecamp.
Living the Airstream Dream, Cass travels the country with her dog, Jasper, and her cat, Napoleon.
To date, she has traveled over 39,400 miles, and has had the opportunity to explore 18 states.
Cass shares her adventures in Provo, Utah complete with GPS coordinates for everyone to check out some must-see Provo spots. She also shares some of the best pet-friendly spots which include Bridal Veil Falls and Stewart Falls Trails. The pictures she shares are enough to inspire anyone to check out Utah!
For the full story of how she was able to work her corporate job while on the road full-time, see Cass’s latest post.
Justin and Ariele are a couple that live the digital nomad lifestyle, and seek to inspire others to live the alternative lifestyle. They travel in a 22′ 2017 Airstream Bambi Sport named Dot.
If you’re traveling through the Pacific Northwest they have some great spots to check out including four national parks and national forests.
Recently, they traveled a total of 2,600 miles from Washington to Yosemite National Park in California, and created a complete log along the way to document the campgrounds, sites, and restaurants they recommend.
With over 40,000 miles traveled, they’ve develop some expert tips on how to become a digital nomad with a complete guide to get started.
Together, Christoffer and Miriam took a year off of their at-home life with their dog, Smula. This adventurous couple explores the many beauties of Europe, searching for the best rock climbing spots.
Their journey began with a borrowed Airstream and a Toyota Landcruiser, which allowed them to leave their hometown of Oslo in the summer of 2018.
To make their travels possible, they rented out their apartment during their travels, sold unnecessary belongings, and started saved money prior to their trip.
They share all of their travel spots including Spain, Lisbon, Portugal, Bolonia, Tarifa, and their list goes on and on. Among one of the most beautiful places on their list is Bolonia, Spain.
Most known for its sandy white beaches and dunes, Bolonia also offers many scenic views of the beach and Roman ruins. Recently, the couple visited Siurana, a small village on the edge of the Tarragona Mountains, making it a climber’s paradise.
Enjoy the RV Life and Explore!
If you have been contemplating the full-time RV lifestyle, we hope that our fellow travelers have provided you with some inspiration to take the next step to become a full-time RVer.
We would love to hear your thoughts on the lifestyle!