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Following Up: Being Persistent or Being a Pest

by Jaimie Hall-Bruzenak, retired Workamper Viewpoint Editor You’ve found several Workamping positions you’re interested in and sent in your application or resume. Now what? Should you wait for a call or call the employer? The most effective job-seekers use follow-up as a tool to get the job they want. They use several contacts over time […]

Workamping Opportunity with Adventureland Resort

This week’s blog is from a previous podcast The Workamper Show hosted by Greg Gerber last fall. Adventureland is one of our Featured Employers as well and you can find more about applying to Adventureland and other Featured Employers here. This podcast episode looks at one way Workampers can help people have fun and make […]

The Dreamcycle of a Workamper

by Greg Gerber This week’s blog is from the March/April issue of this year. This is a great issue because it focuses on resumes and has some great resume tips from an experienced Workamping couple. This article is all about the dreamcycles of a Workamper – I have seen all of these cycles through my […]

25 Years of RVing

Today’s blog post is taken from our podcast, The Workamper Show. We are going to talk with a couple who have been RVing for 25 years, and doing so full time for the past four years. by Greg Gerber Don and Pat Hawes are natives of Massachusetts. They started tent camping, then progressed to a […]

RVers on YouTube

I have subscribed to several YouTube channels over the years on RVing and this is the collection of my favorites. Some are for entertainment and some have great information on the RV lifestyle. Enjoy! Creativity RV is a channel by a solo RVer with tons of great information from remote work to simple RV hacks. […]

Our Sensational South Dakota Experience

This week’s blog is from our July/August 2016 issue. This issue showcases Workamping in South Dakota. It’s such a beautiful area! If you have a Diamond or Platinum membership, you can view this issue and the other stories about Workamping in South Dakota online under Online Magazines from the Dashboard. Not a member yet? Join […]

What About Health Insurance for RVers?

This is a frequent question we get from our members and rightly so. It’s scary not knowing how to get coverage or what will be covered or if you can afford it. Workamper News has done a lot of research on this topic and continues to do so. There are some Workamper jobs that include […]

How to Set Up an RV Campsite – for New RVers

By: YouTube video by LongLongHoneymoon Today’s topic is from Long Long Honeymoon. They put out a video a couple of years ago on setting up your campsite. I scoured the YouTube world looking for an easy video and I went back to theirs. They explain things in great detail and tell you what you need […]

Workamping in Your 70s – Solo

We’ve all heard the saying that you are as young as you feel. Today we’re going to talk with a woman who started RVing and Workamping when she was 73 years old. Barbara Alpher has enjoyed camping much of her life, but always in tents. When her mother and son were both gone in 2013, […]

Northeast Texas Community College

Here at Workamper News, we get a lot of questions from a lot of Workampers. I decided to ask our Employers a handful of questions that our members have asked and post them here for you today. I sent questions to the Northeast Texas Community College in Mount Pleasant, TX. It’s about 2 miles northeast […]

Workamping Your Way Across America

Today’s blog is from the July/August 2019 issue of Workamper News. We interview Levi & Natalie Henley of Henley’s Happy Trails on Workamping their way across America. If you haven’t watched or read the Henley’s Happy Trails, they document their Workamping lifestyle and share their experiences and RV-related tips. After driving north along the Pacific […]

Not Your Typical Workamping Job

This week’s blog is from Workamper Lee & Beth Holt. They submitted their story to be published in our magazine a while back, but it just didn’t make it. I would like to share it with you because it’s not any ordinary Workamping job and plus…it looks really fun! We had the pleasure of being the […]

9 Steps to Get Your Workamping Jobs

Using the following steps will help you gain confidence in your Workamping job search. While each step is not necessarily hard to complete, they are each equally important and will take some time to accomplish. Researching employers isn’t always the most fun task, but you will be glad you did. By Sharee Collier – Director […]

SIMPLE BBQ CONVERSION from RV365Life

A summer before we left on our trip I had purchased an inexpensive Master Chef Portable BBQ on sale 50% off. The intention was to bring this along on camping trips but we never used it, so it came along with the trailer. It is a cheap unit so I didn’t have high expectations but it’s […]

The Arrival of a Game Changer… The SONDORS Fold E-Bike!

While putting the finishing touches on the Workamper Rendezvous Live event, while in Heber Springs during the month of October, I was contacted by a company you may have never heard of- SONDORS. Turns out they changed the game with the release of an affordable well built e-bike a few years ago, and had recently done the same with the highly anticipated release of their new folding e-bike! Read more about The Arrival of a Game Changer… The SONDORS Fold E-Bike!