Living As An RVer Full-TIme and Trying Out My New Idea

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With a little creativity you can find ways to make money while you travel.
The possibilities here are endless, only limited by your abilities and
imagination. With access to the Internet, many traditional jobs can be
done remotely as you travel. Here are  some possibilities but they are
just to jump-start your thinking. There are many books and websites
with a huge selection of ideas:

  • WorkCamp  (Click Here for detailed information)
  • Make crafts and sell them
  • Buy and sell on Ebay
  • Create works of art and sell them
    • Create works of art and sell them
    • Handyman services
    • House painting
    • Animal grooming
    • Auto detailing
    • Knife Sharpening
    • Web Site creation and maintenance
    • Photography
    • Sewing
    • Accounting

    This life can be for you if you want it! We have shown that you can live on
    very little, and four ways to make the little money you do need. So what
    is holding you back? For most of us it is fear. Let’s address that and
    show you a simple strategy to overcome your fears.

    Overcoming Your Fears.
    This is a tough one. Many of us live lives of quiet desperation, hating our
    jobs, and just enduring our life. We meet our obligations and conform to
    societies dictates.  On the surface, all looks good. But on the inside is a
    desperate but muffled cry for a life of passion, adventure and travel.
    Summed up in one word it is a cry for FREEDOM!!  This is probably
    overstating it, but if you look at your life, you can probably find some
    element of it in there. What holds us back? Why can’t we break out of
    our rut into a new and exciting life? For most of us it is fear. An
    unpleasant but acceptable present is better than an unknown and
    dangerous future. So, how do you overcome your fears? Allow me to
    lead you through an exercise to overcome a fear.

    The first and hardest step is to take an unflinching look at ourselves and
    identify the fears that hold us back.  I will list a few possibilities, but
    remember this is just a starting place, you must do the hard work of
    finding your own fears.

    • Fear of going broke and being homeless and penniless.
    • Fear of being alone. 
    • Fear for my physical safety. 
    • Fear of failure.
    • Fear that I’m not good enough.
    • Fear of what others will think.
    • Fear of the unknown.
    • Fear that I’m Too Young 

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So what is my idea? Stay tuned to next post.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Handyman services
  • House painting
  • Animal grooming
  • Auto detailing
  • Knife Sharpening
  • Web Site creation and maintenance
  • Photography
  • Sewing
  • Accounting

This life can be for you if you want it! We have shown that you can live on
very little, and four ways to make the little money you do need. So what
is holding you back? For most of us it is fear. Let’s address that and
show you a simple strategy to overcome your fears.

Overcoming Your Fears.
This is a tough one. Many of us live lives of quiet desperation, hating our
jobs, and just enduring our life. We meet our obligations and conform to
societies dictates.  On the surface, all looks good. But on the inside is a
desperate but muffled cry for a life of passion, adventure and travel.
Summed up in one word it is a cry for FREEDOM!!  This is probably
overstating it, but if you look at your life, you can probably find some
element of it in there. What holds us back? Why can’t we break out of
our rut into a new and exciting life? For most of us it is fear. An
unpleasant but acceptable present is better than an unknown and
dangerous future. So, how do you overcome your fears? Allow me to
lead you through an exercise to overcome a fear.

The first and hardest step is to take an unflinching look at ourselves and
identify the fears that hold us back.  I will list a few possibilities, but
remember this is just a starting place, you must do the hard work of
finding your own fears.

  • Fear of going broke and being homeless and penniless.
  • Fear of being alone 
  • Fear for my physical safety. 
  • Fear of failure.
  • Fear that I’m not good enough.
  • Fear of what others will think.
  • Fear of the unknown.
  • Fear that I’m Too Young 

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