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These folks also pay you good money to ensure that they actually make progress with their ordering efforts. When they become “stuck,” you may have to get a little commanding in order to keep them moving in the right direction—good news for those of you who (like me) are naturally bossy and take-charge! You’ve got…Click here for reuse options!
As a full-timer, you’ve also got other LOGISTICAL vehicle registration concerns to deal with that were never an issue when living in one place: inspection (you have to get a state inspection of your rig to certify that everything is functional — no problems with the axles, moving parts on the trailer, brakes, tail lights,…Click here for reuse options!
asking questions, looking for opportunities for awareness, providing new perspectivesClick here for reuse options!
To be honest, I’d never even considered the possibility of becoming a full-timer, until one day in March of 2007 when I drove past an old-fashioned Airstream travel trailer cruising down the interstate — a beautifully polished classic from the 60’s. I was immediately enchanted! I had always thought RVing meant those obnoxious, 40-foot monsters…Click here for reuse options!
Seeing a big pile of “stuff” with your name written all over it is undeniably exciting—but one of the worst mistakes you can make is digging into any stack without first taking a second to evaluate the situation (…read Chapters IX, X and XIV). Project management is key! Before starting a session, be sure that…Click here for reuse options!
truck or car — how big TOWING YOUR AIRSTREAM TOW CAR EQUIPMENT If you plan to buy a new vehicle to tow your trailer we suggest that you include in your purchase the trailer towing options offered by most automobile manufacturers. These include such things as heavy duty alternator and radiator, heavy duty springs* and…Click here for reuse options!
When other RVers see my teeny little Airstream, they say, “Oh, how nice, how cute, how wonderful — for now.” They view my tin can as nothing more than a rolling “starter” home. They assume that if I am going to continue on for years as a full-time RVer, I will eventually want to upgrade…Click here for reuse options!
I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase “thinking outside the box”—but what the heck does that really mean? You’ll find that many of your clientele are “inside a box” that they themselves have constructed—with walls built of negative thoughts, damaging beliefs, self-imposed labels, destructive habits, a lack of confidence, and societal pressures to live according to…Click here for reuse options!
When I bought my tow vehicle, I talked to other full-time RVers about whether I should go diesel or gasoline. The general consensus was that diesel would get you more power going up an incline, but in flat areas, gas would be fine. However, no one ever discussed the concept of “altitude” with me —…Click here for reuse options!
attention to seemingly insignificant details. Patrons hire you not only for your for your amazing containerizing and categorizing skills, but also because you offer a fresh perspective—they need you to see their space with a new set of eyes, and to hear their problems with a different pair of ears. But you may not find…Click here for reuse options!