New Full-Time RVing with Kids Book Now Available!

by Jason on May 8, 2014

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My new book is finally finished and available via Amazon! “Must Have Been Another Earthquake, Kids: A short, honest guide to full-time RV living with children” covers our three year adventure traveling the United States with our kids in tow. In the book, I cover a wide variety of topics (see table of contents below.) The goal is simple- we met A LOT of people that were considering, with various levels of seriousness, doing something similar to us.

They had a lot of questions.

Most revolved around sex.

Based on their perceptions, it was clear the research they had done gave them an overly-optimistic rosy view of the lifestyle. While there are a million positive aspects to these kind of adventures, there are also serious caveats. This book covers both in detail.

It is essential reading for anyone considering the RV lifestyle with kids, or may be kicking around the idea of any sort of microhousing.

The book is also available for Kindle.

Blogger friends- if you’re interested in writing a review, drop me a line via Facebook or email.

Table of Contents:

Our story
The Decision to Live in an RV
The Typical American Lifestyle
The Options
Making the Hard Decisions
This Idea Sounds Too Good to be True!
Just How Common Is This?
Lingo
Prerequisites to Hitting the Road
Preparing Finances
Securing Multiple Income Streams
Savings
Budgeting
Residency
Setting a Date
Emotions of Leaving Friends and Family
Choosing the type of RV
Does brand matter?
Campgrounds
Types of Campgrounds
Cost of Campgrounds
Camping Clubs
What do Campgrounds Offer?
How safe are campgrounds?
Driving
Truckers
The Positives of the Full-time RV Lifestyle with Kids
Family-related
RV-related
Lifestyle-related
The Negatives of the Full-time RV Lifestyle with Kids
Family-related
RV-related
Lifestyle-related
The Rest of the Story
Frequently Asked Questions
Conclusion
How it Changed Us
Creating Your Own Adventure
Reading list

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