RV Living Tips and Resources
When you begin the RV lifestyle, you don't know what you don't know. It's all a great new adventure, and you forge ahead to the best of your ability while in the midst of the learning curve. It's fun and scary all at the same time.
On our journey over the past few years we've accumulated (and will continue to accumulate) resources to share with you. Maybe you're looking for the basics - the logistics of RV living or RV cooking, or maybe info about making money on the road, or how to get your blog started, or would like to connect with other RVers who blog about their journey. This and more is what you'll find here.
This page will be a work in progress for awhile. It's sat dormant as a draft for months, and now to hold myself accountable, I'm publishing it as an incomplete resource. A slow start is better than no start, right?
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Logistics of RV Living
Amazon Prime - Free 2-Day Shipping
When you're continually on the move, as we are, getting your packages on-time (before moving on) becomes really important. Because of this, we rely heavily on Amazon Prime. They've missed the deadline a handful of times, but because their delivery window is guaranteed, it's not been a big deal. (A quick chat with customer service secures your refund as soon as the park you've left refuses your package.) Try Amazon Prime free for 30-days.
Kitchen Appliances for RV Cooking
Instant Pot IP-DUO60 7-in-1 Multi-Functional Pressure Cooker, 6Qt/1000W
I don’t know why it took me so long to buy an Instant Pot. But when I finally made the leap, it was because this one appliance could take the place of several. In the last couple of months, it’s been in use nearly every day, and now I wouldn’t want to RV without it.
Dash Go Rapid Egg Cooker
My mom introduced me to a vintage boiled egg cooker last winter. We’d arrive at her house after a long drive in, and she’d always have fresh boiled eggs for us – the world’s easiest snack. Then a friend texted me about how I really needed one for the RV. She was right. This makes moving day breakfast so easy. I get up, toss four eggs in the cooker, go about my business of buttoning up the bus, then peel us each a couple of eggs as we drive down the road.