Today on the podcast, I am interviewing Marc and Julie from RV Love, which is their Youtube channel and blog. They are also the founders of RV Success School, an online educational platform to help you start RVing. They have been traveling around the country for the past three years and visited 49 states. Marc recently transitioned from his full-time job into their new educational business.
A few things we talk about on this episode:
- Transitioning your office job to remote work
- Travel and work life balance while growing projects
- Decisions you make when you start the RV life
- How to learn the basics of RVing through RV Success School
Today’s episode is sponsored by: WeBoost
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Today’s episode is sponsored by: CoPilot
The CoPilot RV app will not only customize your routes to avoid sketchy back roads and low bridges, but it also comes with a fully offline navigation function. This way, you don’t have to use your data while using your maps and it works in all kinds of remote locations.
Links mentioned on this episode:
- RV Love
- RV Success School
- RV Love YouTube
- RV Love Instagram
- Gone with the Wynns
- RV Geeks
- Love Your RV
- Wheeling It
- RV Hall of Fame Museum
Quotes from this episode:
“Someday is not a day of the week.”
“Remote workers often work harder than those in the office because they aren’t having that big social hour at the coffee machine and the water cooler.”
“Freedom can be a little addictive. The more you have, the more you want.”
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