From the writers at Huffpost Travel.
Recently my parents made a drastic life change: the moved into an RV. At 50 years old, my parents sold the house (and most of the belongings in it), and sold my dad’s company he started twelve years ago. They loaded into an RV with no plans or site reservations and hit the road.
For as long as I can remember, my dad worked to the bone on his business and my mom worked just as much with him. Watching them pour everything they had into a vision inspired me to start my own business.
But one thing about being an entrepreneur that sometimes you don’t realize before you start your business is that you’re never going to feel off the clock. No matter where you are, what the clock says, what holiday it is, you’re always responsible for your company. As rewarding as it is to be an entrepreneur and build your dream, that takes a lot out of you.
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