Full-timers discuss how the lifestyle works for them. Increase in remote workers and distance learning families.
Duane Irvin, 62, has worked full-time from his motorhome for the last four years and never looked back.
“The RV lifestyle gives me the flexibility to move around. Flexibility to work remotely and visit each of my kids and grandkids,” Irvin said. This sentiment is shared by many full-time RVers, underpinning a growing trend.
First pioneered in 1915 and made affordable in the 1930s, this adventurous American lifestyle was once mostly the preserve of retirees and vacationers, but few young couples and families.
With the advent of mobile internet, some professionals started working online while living full-time in their RVs. These “digital nomads” were the vanguard for a fast growing and diverse population who embrace the…