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Beth and Court were living in a normal house together when they both decided it was time for a new adventure. How fun would it be if they could travel? Within an hour, they’d decided to sell their home and buy an RV!

Their tiny house journey began in a travel trailer, but they wanted some more space and luxuries, so they upgraded to the incredible fifth wheel you’ll see below. It has a giant kitchen island, a giant TV with plenty of seating, and a King-sized bed, porcelain toilet, and huge closet. Enjoy the tour!

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Their Gorgeous New Fifth Wheel Makes the Perfect Tiny House

Their Amazing RV Lifestyle Working Full Time

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Steve and Raena were living a typical American life and Steve had a great job as a government contractor where he made lots of money. But when 2020 hit, the government cancelled the contract and Steve had no work. But instead of getting depressed, the couple jumped at what they saw as an opportunity to do something they really wanted to do — play music and travel! Steve said he never would have left a cushy job if he wasn’t forced out of it, but he’s so glad it happened to him.

They chose a travel trailer for their nomadic life, which they renovated to make it fit their lifestyle and tastes. The top bunk in the back has been converted into their musical gear closet, and the bottom bunk is great for a guest. Enjoy the video tour below!

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From Well-Paying Job To Freedom as Musicians

Touring as Musicians After Losing Gov’t Contract

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After Brianna and Tyler went on a travel trailer vacation with their two kids, Tyler jokingly said, “I wish we could do this all the time.” Back then, he was working 12-hour days at the office and Brianna was struggling to manage her job, her kids, and taking care of a 2,600-square-foot home.

So that night, she started crunching numbers and Instagram-spying on other RV families. Tyler woke up to Brianna’s report that they could, in fact, make it work. Just 50 days after that conversation, they’d sold their home and were living in an RV full-time!

  • A family of four, inspired by a vacation in a travel trailer, decided to transition from their 2,600 sq. ft. home to a full-time RV lifestyle.
  • In just 50 days, they successfully sold their house and embraced the freedom and adventure of RV living, documenting their journey on social media.
  • The RV offers ample storage, a spacious kitchen, and accommodates family living, showcasing their successful transition to a mobile lifestyle filled with exploration and new experiences.

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From House to RV in 50 Days: How One Family Embraced a Nomadic Lifestyle

Family of 4 Sells 2600 Sq. Ft. Home for 5th Wheel Life

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Crissy and Brian have five children, and while the idea of traveling in an RV together had sounded attractive for a while, it wasn’t until the three teenagers moved out that it seemed feasible space-wise. They were ready to start spending more time together and more time outdoors, and their life in a toy hauler allows them just that!

They purchased the RV new and have made some improvements to make it fit their needs. Enjoy a photo tour of the space below, and hear from Crissy about why they went tiny and what they love most (and find most challenging) about this lifestyle.

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Nomad Family’s Full-Time RV Life: Parents & 2 Kids Exploring the Country in their Travel Trailer

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Like so many others, the events of 2020 changed the trajectory for Libby and Alex. Instead of going to concerts all summer, they purchased an RV and started traveling. Alex also suffered a stroke at 25 which changed his perspective on life. After they went on a 6-week honeymoon exploring the Northwest, they couldn’t go back to “normal” life again!

The pair decided to rent their home on Airbnb and purchase a bigger luxury RV to fit their need to work remotely and their two large dogs. Let us know what you think in the comments.

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Their Fifth Wheel RV with Incredible Solar Array

Full-Time RV Life After a Stroke 3

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The Hadleys had enjoyed RV vacationing and even a park model in the past, but that was with a 6,000+ square foot home base with three stories and lots of stuff. When Craig lost his job in 2020, he joked with Allison that they should sell the house and live in an RV. But that joke started a conversation that changed their lives!

Within two weeks, they were looking at RVs and came across the one you’ll see below. They got an inspection, made some renovations, and started their nomadic life. Now Craig has a new remote job he does from his office on the rig, and the kids are loving roadschool and all it has to offer. What do you think of their RV?

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How a Lay-Off Sent Them on A Great Adventure

From 6000 sq ft to an RV Family of 5

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For the past four years, Brian and Anne have been loving their RV life in a Class A Entegra Aspire motorhome which they have done minimal updates to. The spacious rig is “glamping” for Anne, who told Brian early in their relationship that she would *not* be camping.

The two had enjoyed vacationing on their sailboat for many years and were debating doing that lifestyle full-time, but ultimately Anne admitted that she’d rather stay on land. They work full-time while traveling, but still managed to move 40 times last year, staying around a week in each location they traveled.

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Life in their Class A Motorhome with an Added Wine Rack

Class A RV for Full-Time Working Traveling Nomads 3

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Sandi and Jimmy jumped into nomadic life not even sure if they’d enjoy it, but seven years later they have no regrets! The couple lives with their three kids in a 1999 Winnebago, which they converted when they first hit the road. There’s a full bunk room in the back for the kids and the parents sleep on the fold-out couch.

The RV is covered in awesome murals from a professional, as well as trinkets and stickers from their travels around the country. They make money as full-time content creators and “road-school” the kids. There’s a super fun video tour with the family below! Don’t miss it.

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They Hit the Road 7 Years Ago & Haven’t Looked Back

Family’s 7 Years Living Nomadically in 1999 Winnebago

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Shannon and Bobby were faced with the need to start traveling a lot for work, but instead of spending time apart, they decided to jump on the tiny living bandwagon and buy an RV! They converted the kids’ bunk area into a work-from-home office and hit the road.

They had loved overseas travel and tent camping, but found a new joy in taking their home with them and appreciating everything the United States has to offer! Enjoy their tour below.

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When They Had to Travel For Work, They Tried an RV

From Hotel Rooms to Full Time RV Travel

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