*Disclaimer: This post is part of a content series sponsored by Camping World. All opinions are our own. In the past, you could really only rent an RV from companies like Cruise America or El Monte that had huge fleets of class C motorhomes. But in more recent years, several rental companies have popped up that […]
Do Your Taxes On-the-Go: Our Review of H&R Block’s Tax Pro Go
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post by H&R Block, meaning we were compensated and/or given a product or service free of charge in exchange for our honest review and documentation of our experience. Every year when spring rolls around we have mixed emotions. On one hand, it means prime RVing, camping, and outdoor adventure season […]
Tips for Saving Money While Living Full-Time in an RV
After living on the road full-time for over a year now, we’ve discovered lots of ways to save money on RV life costs. We hope these tips help you to lower your costs and make full-time RVing more affordable and achievable. If you’re looking for a break down of how much it costs to RV […]
How We Travel Full-Time, Accommodation Free
This is a guest post by Tracy Kellermeyer, from The Money Smart Nomad. Tracy and her husband Dan are nomadic entrepreneurs and personal finance experts. When we first connected with Dan and Tracy over a FaceTime chat, we instantly hit it off with our mutual love of full-time travel and budgeting. We knew they’d be […]
Travel Hacks: Saving Money on Road Trips
This is a guest post by Kyle Rutten. Kyle is a freelance content creator for B&B RV in Denver, Colorado. He loves to travel and spends most of his free time in the Colorado wilderness. Traveling can be expensive. For many families, the expense of travel leaves it simply out of reach. Of course, […]
The Budgeting Process That Helped us Eliminate $100,000 in Debt!
In our last post, “How We Afford to Travel Full-Time“, we mentioned that budgeting was the #1 way we afford to do any kind of traveling. Budgeting allowed us to identify ways we were wasting money and/or areas we could cut back on in order to free up money for travel. Turns out, we were able […]
How We Freed Up $600/Month to Pay Off Debt and Travel More!
Since we got married in 2010, we’ve traveled to 10 different countries together, and are now traveling the U.S. full-time in an RV! But also, we managed to pay off $100,000 in debt and save $25,000 during all this travel. So, we were able to pay off debt AND travel more? Sound too good to […]