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Tips For Living In A Camper Full Time In Norway campervan

Tips For Living In A Camper Full Time In Norway campervan

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Ever considered making a lifestyle change to downsize substantially, live minimally, and travel as a full-time nomad? According to the Washington Post, over 1 million Americans have transitioned from the traditional sticks and bricks home to living in a camper. The American dream is no longer having the stability of owning a traditional home but has changed to living full-time in an RV, traveling the country, and working remotely.

Below we bring you a post from Traci with Going With The Flow RV talking all about Living In An RV!

When my family decided to make the unforgettable lifestyle change, to sell our house and everything in it, move into our 5th wheel RV, and travel the country full-time, I had no idea how exciting our new RV lifestyle would be. We have been able to explore our favorite travel destinations, experience amazing travel adventures, and spend more quality time together as a family!

Living Comfortably In A Camper Is A Matter Of Perspective

Living In A Camper

Living In A Camper© Provided by Craig and Bryanna Royal

Living full-time RV life on the road has been the most amazing experience for my family. It has many benefits like saving money, paying off debt, and just having the freedom to travel when and where we want. However, living in such a small space can be challenging at times. We’ve had to learn how to be patient with one another, compromise at times, and know that communication is the key to a happy life!

Tips For Small Space Living

  • Everything should have an essential use or can be used for multiple purposes.
  • Learn how to stay organized, everything needs to have it’s designated place.
  • Have a schedule for work time, playtime, family time, and alone time.
  • Family members should always share the chores, even if it means taking out the stinky trash.
  • Good communication is the key to a happy life, especially on travel days.
  • Respect each other’s privacy and have boundaries.
  • Laugh often, even when things don’t go according to plan.
  • Know that life is too short, so don’t argue over who gets the bathroom first.
  • Understand that cooking in a small kitchen may sometimes take longer.
  • Make sure you find some good extras to have like a good camping table and outdoor chairs.

These tips have helped my family understand that even though our living space may be small, our life together can still be functional, comfortable, and most important – HAPPY!

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