Money does not grow on trees! Nor does it grow in our garden!
The harsh reality is that when we leave our homestead, my income dries up!
I’m left with the question, ‘How will I make an income while living in an RV?’
After doing some research, and talking with full-time RVers, I’ve learned you can find part-time, seasonal, and even full-time positions through Workamper.
I thought, this could be the answer to my income concerns…
One drawback… most campgrounds require you to stay put at least three months… some up to six!
That’s all well and good. But, if we’re only doing this RV thing for a year, we won’t cover much territory!
Some work from their RVs making and selling crafts… others find odd jobs along the way… and still others write blogs…
I like the idea of working from our camper.
But what to do?
It needs to be a ‘good fit’ and, it needs to be something I enjoy!
I’d thought about my jewelry making supplies. Then, the thought crossed my mind… do we have space?
Our camper’s a cosy 21 foot travel trailer, with little storage!
And, what about the weight of all my supplies? There is only so much allowed!!!
Lest I forget... I’d also be needing my tools!!!
So, the question remains… What to do for income on the road???
It was at this point, I thought about my focus for this trip — eating healthy.
And thus, I have decided to work my direct sales food business, and write about my travels!
Not only will I prepare healthy meals for myself, I’ll offer a healthier choice in pantry staples for others. Plus, I get to share about our RV adventures — it’s a win-win!
Choosing a ‘roadworthy’ income? Done!