Breaking free from the templates of conventional living usually involves tradeoffs.
In particular, pursuing a life of travel often comes with compromise. While living without a fixed address has many advantages, perpetually living on the road can be draining. For a taste of location independent freedom, you end up trading away the security of a fixed home, a known place to work, and more. Even the most hardcore traveler will eventually end up craving a night in his or her own bed.
But what if, despite the proverb.. you could take it with you?
For the past three years we have been doing exactly that. Our home has wheels.
We have found that living in an RV has enabled us to embrace a fully technomadic lifestyle without compromising the freedom that comes from mobility, and without giving up the comforts of home.
We are never dependent upon expensive hotels, the uncertainty of couches or hostels, the fear of overstaying as a guest, or the lock-in of long-term rentals.
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Cherie and Chris are a pair of technomads traveling, living, working and playing full-time in a small solar powered RV, embraci…
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