FULL TIME RV LIVING – HOW TO DOWNSIZE TO LIVE IN AN RV
RV Life means downsizing. In this video, you’ll learn how to downsize for full time RVing. Living in an RV is a minimalist type of lifestyle. I had to downsize my house to start RV Living.
It took a while to convert and even now I still am having trouble converting to full time RVing. Sometimes, I forget where I started before this RV lifestyle. I had a condo in “Buckhead” Atlanta. It was a really nice condo across from Sara Blakely of Spanx — their corporate office.
What’s funny is the condo I’m staying in when I’m not on the road now is actually across from her new corporate office. Really crazy! I’m just a little bit about stocker if you can’t tell. Maybe one day, Sara will be in my RV with me.
So, I had the condo in Buckhead, a car, and a job. I literally quit my job and sold my condo. It took a year to sell my condo and forever to downsize.
That was the other thing, I was downsizing. I literally sold my entire life. Everything I owned. I sold my car, condo, got rid of my job. I also had an office space that I was using once I started my business and I got rid of that. The goal was to downsize.
I sold everything I could think of and still have a couple things I’m still trying to sell. I gave away stuff. I did everything I could to get rid of stuff and make money. Then, I started figuring out that I actually just cared more about getting out of the lifestyle I was in because I didn’t care about having the nice nice stuff anymore. Those things weren’t important.
RV LIFE DETOURS
For those of you that don’t know, I was in a really, really bad RV accident, car accident. My RV actually flipped over. A lot of people don’t know that’s why I even started drifting on my other YouTube channel @BlogginBrandi
After the accident, it took me, “oh my gosh,” probably six months to a year to recover. So, I was forced to stay in the same place for a while.
Then, I got another RV and then I got another RV and then I got another RV and it’s just a long story…. But we’re finally here in this one. You know my name? ME. ALL ME. This is mine. — My RV 🙂 I’m so excited to have my name on this! I haven’t had a home or a space that is my own for awhile.
LET’S REVIEW — I SOLD MY ENTIRE LIFE
I also sold my car, (but I did just buy a smart car recently and drive it across the entire nation). After I sold everything, I started trying to figure out how to do this RV thing. It was really stressful when I started — super, super stressful. I would cry every time I took it out. Even now I get really stressed out, but I’m learning.
You have to do it and get use to it in order to learn. You’ll learn quick — The longer you’re in it, you’ll learn. It takes some time to get use to, but you’ll love it.