From the bloggers at Hub Pages.
Once you have made the decision to be a full time RVer, you are faced with the major project of downsizing from your “sticks and bricks” home to an RV. Even if you live in a modest, three bedroom, 1500 square foot home, downsizing to an RV might be overwhelming. In our case, we have a 33′ motor home which gives us about 240 square feet of living space with additional storage space in the “basement” compartments.
The tips I’ve given here will be useful if you are downsizing from a house to an RV or from a house to much smaller living quarters. You will still need to make careful selections of what to keep, what to store and what to toss.
Organization is the key ingredient if you want to keep your sanity during this process. Here are some useful tips on how to start organizing for the move and how to downsize your belongings.
Rather than tackle your house as a whole, think of major groups of belongings that you will need to downsize. As you make your decisions, keep in mind the space and amount of storage compartments you will have available in your RV.
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