Finance posts are all about the economics of RV Living. Posts will include the obvious like funding a Supersize LIFE, startup costs, purchasing an RV and making money from the road. But I am casting a wide net here, so you’ll also find the not-so-obvious like choosing a credit card, unusual ways to save money, work camping, reducing costs on the road and thinking outside the box when it comes to possible income streams. Posts in this category will go up the Fourth Monday of every month.
These Finance posts relate to my journey of creating a Supersize LIFE. Selling everything, buying an RV and hitting the road fulltime is how I am creating my Supersize LIFE. It may not be yours. I hope the information in this category will be broad enough to be useful to you, no matter what your journey looks like. Most of all, I hope it will inspire and encourage you to Supersize your LIFE.
Three and a half years of planning and somehow I still managed to wait until 10 days before my launch date to actually get a tow vehicle purchased. The photo on this post is from the internet. The dealership still has my van to add on a proper tow hitch. I will circle back around […]
Last week, I talked about getting some health-related doctor’s visits checked off the list. Hitting the road and losing a decent health plan through my employer provided the motivation. I continue to be amazed how motivational this life change has turned out to be, especially in areas of my life that have nothing to do […]
It was a very full week. Birthday was Monday. Retirement party was Tuesday. The rest of the week and weekend was a flurry of cleaning, packing and staging my house for the professional photographers to do glamour shots before it goes on the market. Whew! A long full week indeed. The best part of the […]
Last week was a big one for me. The contract with Oliver was signed which included all my final decisions on upgrades, add-ons and customizations. It begins production on June 26, 2017. I cannot wait for the moment I see it for the first time and the for moment right after when I step into […]
We’ve all heard the financial advice to have three to six months tucked away as an emergency fund. The idea is that if you get laid off or have to take a leave of absence from work, you won’t be forced into debt to survive. But the reality for most people is that an emergency […]
I recently watched Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things. It isn’t about doing something as radical as I am, but it does explore the idea that we are slaves to our stuff, that we work harder and harder to acquire more and more. In fact, we work harder at maintaining stuff than we do […]