Keeping Up With RV Lingo

Every industry has its own language, and the RV industry is no different. by Greg Gerber For a newcomer, and even some veterans, it can be daunting to understand all the nuances of the language used by professionals and those who just want to enjoy the RV lifestyle. To make it easier to understand what […]

Perpetual Power: Tips to Ensure Your Generator Runs When Needed

Generators are tremendously helpful devices for keeping RVs powered up in all kinds of situations, whether making a meal at a rest stop or controlling indoor temperatures when boondocking. by Greg Gerber But, because generators aren’t typically used every day, they are often taken for granted. Many RVers discover problems with their generators only when […]

Healthcare Options for Workampers

Whether retired, traveling solo or RVing with small children, the thought of not being able to get good healthcare on the road is one of the biggest deterrents holding people back from pursuing their travel dreams. Fortunately, there are more options today than ever before. So, don’t let fear of not being able to find […]

RV Driving School – Helpful Instruction and Potential Workamping Gig

Buying an RV is often infinitely easier to do than learning how to drive or tow one. For many people, driving a motorhome or towing a trailer is significantly more challenging than operating the largest SUV or minivan. by Greg Gerber Most people learn through trial and error. If they are lucky, they learn to […]

Special Delivery: How to Get Mail When You Live in an RV

Email really helped make the RV lifestyle easier for Workampers, no question about that. It is convenient to get statements and other notices delivered electronically. Yet, even in 2023, there are still enough things sent via snail mail that you’ll want them delivered to you wherever you may be traveling. by Greg Gerber Greeting cards […]

Selecting A Domicile Isn’t As Easy As It Sounds

One of the most important decisions Workampers need to make when starting a full-time RV lifestyle is deciding where to call “home.” By Greg Gerber Many RVers think their home needs to be the state from which they launched their adventure. But, that doesn’t have to be the case, according to two lawyers who are […]

Get Pumped Up About RV Tires

RV tires are equipment many people don’t think about until one of them goes flat or blows out along the highway. Yet, with proper care and attention to their age or condition, you can get a lot of mileage out of what is usually one of the biggest maintenance investments RVers need to make. by […]

Budgeting For Your Adventure: It May Not Take as Much as You Think

Most people think of budgeting the same way they think of dental cleanings. It’s important, but not a pleasant experience. Yet, if wannabe Workampers take time to set and analyze a budget for their dream lifestyle, they may be surprised at how little it would take for them to start living it right now. Written […]

RV Shades: Let There Be Light – Or Not

When you live in an RV full-time, privacy takes on a new perspective, especially since neighboring RVs can be parked fingertip-to-fingertip at some campgrounds. Having good shades helps maintain that sense of privacy. By Greg Gerber Plus, depending on the type of shades you have installed on your RV, they can make for a more […]

Living in the Neutral Often Creates Less Stress

In today’s post, we are doing something different and sharing someone else’s blog post. The author is a good friend to the Workamping community, and the message in his article is a good reminder. Whether it’s dealing with an irate customer at our Workamping job, crossing paths with a neighbor in the RV park, or […]