From the bloggers at Interstellar Orchard.
Today I’d like to share with you all the flip side of the coin, the side of full-time RVing as a person of working age that you don’t hear as much about.
You read a lot about what my travel days are like, what my exploring days are like, but very seldom do I post about what my work days are like.
While not what people think about when they think about the gypsy lifestyle, working days make up more than half of my year on the road and are an integral part of it. I present to you three rather ordinary work days from the last three jobs I’ve worked.
Sunday, May 31 (Seasonal retail worker at Yellowstone National Park) I’ve been setting my alarm for 7:30 am since I arrived in Yellowstone, even on days like today when my shift doesn’t start until 1:30 pm. Rising early has never been my strong suit, and if I don’t make an effort to get up early I’ll sleep in late on work days and not have enough time to get anything done.
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