Imagine...You’re living the dream: Full-time RVing. Steady income. Traveling across the country and back again. New stops every time. New friends everywhere. More memories then you could have ever imagined! Just...where do you find time to work for that income?
So many of us dream of working from our RV whether we blog or turn our hobbies into money online or at art festivals we travel to. But the hard part about this is finding the time to work when all we want to do is go out and experience the world.
However, there is plenty of time to work! The main thing is not to come up with every excuse in the book as to why you “can’t.” We’ve put together some tips to help you find time to work from your RV!
Choose two or three days out of the week to mostly work. Yes, that might sound like a lot, but compare it to a full-time job you have to get up in the morning and go to. You don’t need to get up super early, but choose a couple of days a week and focus on your work. Yes, enjoy your coffee under your Girard RV Awning first, but then get to the tasks on hand! Start around 10 am and work until around 5 pm. 7 hours is still less than a normal day of work and you will still have your evening!
Rainy days are a perfect time to work. There won't be much to do outside, so get out your work and get at it! You won’t be missing much of anything since it’s raining so no reason to feel like you’ve missed out on any fun!
Get up early and work for a few hours first thing. If you get up around 6 or 7 and work until noon, you have the rest of your day to do whatever activities you had planned! Or, do the opposite and work for a few hours in the evening and into the night if you’re more a night owl. Don’t forget to take a meal break, though!
Work while traveling. If you’re on the road and someone else is driving, then would be a great time to get some work done. A couple of hours here and there will add up quickly!