From the bloggers at Interstellar Orchard.
Don’t worry, I’m not giving up RVing yet. This is just an intellectual exercise to lay to rest one of the fears I hear from prospective full-timers on occasion: how easy would it be to go back to sticks ‘n bricks living after being a full-timer?
People who are contemplating getting off the road probably already have a place in mind that they want to live, either a location they fell in love with while traveling, or back where friends and family are. But before making a final decision, there are a few things you want to consider. Even if you were familiar with this area before becoming a nomad, things could have changed in the time you were gone.
1. Look up cost of living statistics for that area to make sure you can afford living there.
2. If you’re still working age and are not remote or self employed, do some research into the job market to ensure there are options available to you.
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