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I’ve never considered the idea of RVing in Mexico, but in episode number seven of The RV Entrepreneur I sat down to talk with Paul Kortman. Paul is currently boon docking his RV on a beach in Mexico with his family of six while he runs his digital marketing agency.
In this episode of The RV Entrepreneur We Talk About:
- The truth about RVing in Mexico
- How Paul and his family “fell into the location independent lifestyle” after running his company from his basement for three years.
- The easiest way to start making location independent income
- What Paul considers “successful” in his location independent lifestyle
- Why people think I’m crazy when I tell them I launched an RV podcast
- Why it’s important to be intentional about building up a community while on the road
- The big misconception people have about living and traveling in an RV
Resources and Links We Mentioned in this Episode
- Nomadlist: The Best Cities to Live and Work Remotely
- Dynamite circle: Forum of people who are already location independent. Not a how-to website, but a place for people who are already doing it.
- Derek Sivers
- Chris Guillebeau’s Happiness of Pursuit (affiliate link)
- World nomads
- Unlimited Verizon data plans
- Paul’s family blog: homealongtheway.com
- Paul’s Facebook group for Location Independent Families
- Paul’s podcast: NomadTogether
Working on the Road Q&A
What do you guys do for Health Insurance on the road?
What’s Your Monthly Budget on the road?
What kind of RV did you choose and why?
We chose a Class A motorhome. The reason for getting into a motorhome was so the kids could travel and use the bathroom while we were driving. We just couldn’t find the layout in another rig for a family, most of the Class C’s weren’t powerful enough and the price for what you get is just crazy. Only regret is not going diesel.
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