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Old 07-07-2013, 06:52 PM   #1
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Hi everyone. My name is Karrie. I had planned on going full time by the end of this summer, but things have changed and I have to stay in my s&b for a little longer. So now that I have a lot more time to plan, what should I do first? Should I set a date to leave? Should I do more research on full timing? I think I know what kind of rig I want, and I would love to leave as soon as possible, but that's not going to happen. I have read a few books and have sort of a plan. I will also be solo with pets. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
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Old 07-07-2013, 06:57 PM   #2
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Hi everyone. My name is Karrie. I had planned on going full time by the end of this summer, but things have changed and I have to stay in my s&b for a little longer. So now that I have a lot more time to plan, what should I do first? Should I set a date to leave? Should I do more research on full timing? I think I know what kind of rig I want, and I would love to leave as soon as possible, but that's not going to happen. I have read a few books and have sort of a plan. I will also be solo with pets. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.
Take care of the bidness that's delaying you, sell your house, buy an rv and go.

Planning? My planning is looking for the perfect day, 365 days a year. Somewhere it's mid-70's during the day, down into 50's at night, and has low humidity.

Go find your perfect day.
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Old 07-07-2013, 07:07 PM   #3
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Thanks. I find the more I plan the more anxious I get about leaving. To me there are a lot of decisions to make. Health insurance, domicile, rig type, job, things like that. I realize that this is a huge decision to make, but why can't I just leave?
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Old 07-08-2013, 10:46 AM   #4
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Thanks. I find the more I plan the more anxious I get about leaving. To me there are a lot of decisions to make. Health insurance, domicile, rig type, job, things like that. I realize that this is a huge decision to make, but why can't I just leave?
Of course you're anxious, it's a big decision. Have you figured a budget? You have to start there. What type of RV do you think you want and what can you afford. Then visit a few of these blogs and see what you can learn for these single lady RV'ers.

SoloWomanRV

A Women's RV Forum run by Women RVer's! • Index page

Malia's Miles Blog |

Boondocking Blogger: Women Full-Time RV'ers

These are just a few I've found doing a quick search. There are many more. Good luck, be flexible. You are going to make some missteps, it's life after all. Learn from them and then move on.
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