Fulltime RV Travel
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Fulltime RV Travel

A Comprehensive Guide To A Mobile Lifestyle
4.0 (27 ratings)
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183 students enrolled
Created by Macy Miller
Last updated 4/2019
Current price: $27.99 Original price: $39.99 Discount: 30% off
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This course includes
  • 6 hours on-demand video
  • 6 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Be able to take actionable steps to prepare for a mobile lifestyle
  • Where to find location independent income, health insurance, mail and banking options
  • How to safely travel solo , coupled and/or with kids and pets.
  • Have an interest in an alternative lifestyle
  • Have an interest traveling full-time
  • Have an open mind

I believe everyone should travel more. It's just hard to afford the lifestyle. Or is it? After building our camper, our family set off on a National Park tour for over a year. We learned all kinds of tips and tricks for full-time travel and want to short cut the process for you. 

In this course I will talk about everything including:

  • Why travel is important (for you AND kids!)

  • What sort of RVs might work best for you

  • Relationships

  • Mail

  • Jobs

  • Insurance

  • Safety issues

  • Towing

  • Weather concerns

  • Our best tips and more 

My only goal is to make this an easier process for you so that you can enjoy the same experiences we are grateful to have had! 

Who this course is for:
  • Someone looking for a shift in their lifestyle
  • Singles, couples or families with or without pets who want to travel more
  • Anyone who wants to learn more about RVing
Course content
Expand all 32 lectures 05:53:47
+ Introduction
2 lectures 07:54

Just a brief overview of our background so you know a little bit about who you're hanging out with :).

Preview 01:14

An overview of our trip and why we took it. Also, a bit on the trends we have seen happening over the last few years relating to full-time travel.

What We Did & Why
+ What Will Home Be?
6 lectures 35:18

A snippet to hopefully help you re-evaluate what you call 'home'.

Preview 01:46

A topical overview of some options you have of 'home' that are non-RV's.


What aspects of RVs may play an important role in your decision making on which kind is right for you.

RV Basics

The three types of motorhomes and their pros and cons.


Six types of travel trailers and their pros and cons. Plus a bonus option.

Travel Trailers

Other decisions when figuring out your best option.

Preview 04:38
+ Three Big Things
4 lectures 48:01

There are three main things you can start on, years before you take off! 

Things You Can Do Now

My tips and tricks to minimizing.  Everyone does this a different way but this is why it's an important aspect of full-time travel.

Minimizing Assets

You have a LOT of options for generating a mobile income. Most of us are just too scared to try!  This is an overview of many different options you have including working for others as well as branching out on your own!


Budgets matter!  You set your budget so your budget doesn't steam roll you!

Budgeting & Debt Management
+ Relationships
5 lectures 01:12:05

This covers relationships on the go, it can get challenging in a small space there are things you can do to make it peaceful for everyone, even introverts like us!


What you need to know to keep your pets, whatever they may be, happy and healthy.


If you have kids this is my motherly take on making sure everyone has a peaceful transition.  I talk through, fears, hopes and everything in between.


We have heard a lot of talk about not being able to take school aged kids out traveling. It turns out that is just not true!


While sometimes a bit of space from family is nice, it is easier than ever to stay connected too, here is how we did it!

Keeping in Touch With Friends & Family
+ Life Stuff
5 lectures 35:33

This is that miscellaneous section where I talk about all the parts of RVs that aren't really designed for full time use and how to work with it.

Space Constraints

Have you thought about how banking will work across state lines?  A lot of travelers don't, until it's too late.

Preview 04:26

Some of the options you have for getting your mail on the road.


How does health insurance work while traveling?  Spoiler: not very well in the US... but here are some options.


Some food related tips.

Eating Well
+ Technical Know-How
6 lectures 01:32:33

Water, sewer, gas and electric are all a little different on the go.  In this section we cover everything you need to know to start your planning off right.


It's unbelievable how much we rely on apps and modern day technology, I do not know how we could have done this trip without them! This covers all our 'must have' apps and what they do.

Our Favorite Apps

Setting a plan and then 'going with the flow'

Route Planning

Everything you need to know about where to sleep!

Finding Places To Park

There are so many membership options out there, this is our take on which ones are worth it and which ones aren't.

Cost Saving Memberships
+ Personal Advice
3 lectures 42:51

Basic safety concerns for anywhere you go.


Dancing in the rain can be fun but getting stuck in it... not so much.  We ran into nearly every kind of natural weather hazard out there, this is how we handled driving, or just parking, in the worst of it.

Weather Conditions

A nutshell version of our best tips and tricks.

Our Best Tips
+ Tour of Our Camper
1 lecture 19:32

A photo tour of our 84 s.f. custom designed and built camper that fit our family of four plus our Great Dane for 13 months, full time. 

Preview 19:32