I can vividly recall climbing over the 5 foot tall mountain of laundry to get to the garage. Instead of doing laundry, I would buy more clothes. When we downsized to move into the RV, I stopped counting after 20 full trash bags of clothing to be donated.
I am a slob.
No, I am a recovering slob.
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It had only been a few days when we started to realize what was staying, what was going and what we needed. As you know, we spent a year and a half doing trial runs trying to figure out what would work for us. For the most part, we have been on point…but some things we were way off or hadn’t even thought of. In month one, here are the things that we have loved, ditched or purchased!
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Step 1: Get remote job.
Step 2: Purchase reliable mobile internet.
Step 3: Complain about how unreliable the internet is.
I have been working on the road for one month and the internet has been great…and not so great.
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