With the increasing trend of housing, many people opted out to live in a tiny house or an RV. They do this with the purpose to work wherever they travel, making it a win-win solution for those who want to be a digital nomad. But of course, there’s a lot of drawbacks on living in an RV, for a starter they have limited space on where they live which means they can’t buy a new thing without getting rid of something. Second, the composting toilet is no fun. And lastly, private space is non-existent if you’re traveling duo or with your family. So, why do people do it? Read more to know about the reasons.
It is so expensive to buy a house, so some people thought that instead of spending so many years of working to buy a house, why not do it while traveling? Although purchasing an RV is not the cheapest option possible, living in an RV will be less expensive than buying a house and it makes saving for other things possible. But then again, it depends on what you want from your RV, so if you’re thinking to go RV living, make sure to choose an RV to your liking and doesn’t burn your wallet as well.
For some people, they loathe the idea of being stuck in an office from 9 to 5 and only getting the minimum wage. If they can work while they travel, why not? Digital nomads can work while traveling, and combined with RV living is probably the best solution.
Many people have wanderlust, and perhaps you’re one of them. People who have wanderlust doesn’t want to be stuck in one place; they want to travel the world and see what’s out there. Some people do it to try all kinds of food from all over the place, while some do it to hunt pictures of scenery, whatever the reason is if you love to travel you might want to give RV living a try.
If you’re worried about taking care of the yard or mopping the floors, there are no more worries about it when you’re living in an RV. With small space, it makes cleaning much more comfortable, and at the same time, there’s no more yard or garden to take care of so you can say goodbye to the wild grass that’s growing endlessly.