Would you like to RV fulltime on $50 a day?
Two people can RV fulltime on 50 dollars a day. People are doing it in many situations in many countries and continents including the United States, Europe, New Zealand and Australia.
For most of us, it may seem like an impossible dream. Living on what would be considered a marginal wage or a bare survival wage while traveling the country and having a good time.
However, people do it and do it for long periods, so it is far from impossible.
What makes it easier to do is finding out what others do.
How do they save money on fuel costs? Food costs? All the long-term things such as insurance, maintenance and all those other essentials that if neglected, would lead to much higher day-to-day costs?
Where do they stay? Where do they travel? What sites and entertainment do they get to visit? How do they get their mail and pay their bills?
These questions and a whole lot more are answered in one simple book that is available instantly by download and will probably save you more in the first couple of days than the cost of the book. Then it will go on to save you even more, day after day after day.
The book is written by a man and his partner who have been doing it for years successfully without having a physical homebase and spending their lives on the road.
As I said earlier, it is mirrored by the experience of other people across the United States and across the world who RV fulltime on $50 a day for a couple.
It is definitely possible, it is certainly fun and the book even includes a chapter on how to get around whatever is stopping you from living the full-time RVing lifestyle.
They cover ways to make a living while traveling by doing this sort of work that nomads can do and offer a range of approaches that you maybe will not find anywhere else.
They look at what you need and particularly what you do not need with you and provide checklists for that.
They will not win the Nobel Prize for literature, however, what they are saying is quite clear: You can RV fulltime on $50 a day by taking what they have done, making some modifications to fit your life and lifestyle and refining it as you go.
They look at your food needs and how to manage them within a budget and still eat well. They like to eat out and so they cover that. They also cover food storage and preparation.
The chapter on the RV covers choosing your vehicle, fitting it out or having it fitted out and generally making it work for you in a way that supports your lifestyle without draining your bank balance. This includes setting it up so that everything works in together rather than having disjointed systems that do not support each other.
They'll tell you how to get a better sleep and manage hygiene in the confines of an RV to ensure that your clean and have no risk of getting sick on the road.
And, believe it or not, they even cover how to have good sex on the road. No not in the middle of the road but while you are traveling.
Of course you do not have to take all their advice. All you do is take the best of it and use it to your advantage.
For just $27, this book covers an enormous amount of ground and allows you to go out and cover an enormous amount of ground, have a lot of fun and not spend a lot of money.
Imagine a $27 book that can show you how to RV fulltime on $50 a day
That makes it pretty good value in my book and I am very happy to recommend it. If you are interested in finding out more about this wonderful ebook, including possibly downloading it and putting it into practice within minutes, you can find out more from this link to the
$27 book that can show you how to RV fulltime on $50 a day for a couple.
Of course, just because two people can RV fulltime on $50 a day, they do not have to. You can spend less if you can manage that happily or you can spend more.
If your idea of living involves having a whole lot more luxury or whatever, you can spend as much as your desires and your bank balance will let you.
The beauty of being able to RV fulltime on $50 a day is that you can save enough to keep doing it, perhaps for the rest of your life. And that is what I call a life.
So I hope I have demonstrated to you that two people can RV fulltime on 50 dollars a day and have a great life, while they're doing so.