From the writers at The Huntington Post.
Some days living in an RV drives me crazy. It’s a small space, dishes pile up after a single meal, and you have to constantly dump your own… well, you know.
However, on the better days of living in an RV I feel grateful. I feel gratitude because I “own my home” at 24 years old. I don’t have a mortgage and living in an RV provides one less payment we have to make at the end of the month.
I also feel grateful because of how much of the country I’ve been able to see in such a short amount of time. It wouldn’t have been possible without living in an RV.
Most 20-something people would never think of buying an RV, none the less living in one. We, speaking of the millennial crowd, are on great terms with “living a simple life” and we love tiny houses for their cool, sleek style, but not RVs.
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