Your Rver lifestyle is fun. That is why you have been doing it all these years. But there are some changes that you need to consider to make the most out of it.
Tip 1: Communicate
Going out on a camping adventure does not mean that you need to shut out the rest of the world. In contrast, incorporating communication in your RVer lifestyle has proven to be more fruitful. Make a point of calling your friends and family even as you hang out in the woods.
More importantly, make sure that your internal communication in the RV is not affected. The RV has limited space, and it can get smaller when angry at each other. You may take a walk or go for a drive, but that is just a temporal solution. Openly inform the other person what makes you angry and address it.
Tip 2: Perform spring cleaning
Determining what to carry along for your RV living can prove quite challenging. As you debate over what is relevant and what isn’t, you may end up carrying too much of certain items. To have a smooth experience, set the time to conduct a spring clean whereby you evaluate everything you have. The spring cleaning not only gets rid of irrelevant stuff but also reminds you of what you carried along and never used.
Tip 3: How well do you know your RV?
You cannot make the most out of something if you do not know it that well. Thus, you need to set aside a few hours dedicated to understanding the entire setup of your RV. Even though not everybody likes going through the user manual, it is sure to get you this information.
Read through each manual and download any online version you can get. Having a soft copy of the manual makes it easy and fast to get information. It would be best if you kept referencing this information from time to time.
Tip 4: Exchange driving
You will be driving around quite a lot. Considering the miles that you will cover throughout this time, none of you would be able to do it on their own. Share the drive for a more enjoyable Rver lifestyle.
Tip 5: Create a checklist
Sometimes you may feel as if you have everything figured out. However, when the day ends, you realize that you wanted to do a lot of stuff but never actually accomplished it.
The easiest way to avoid this disappointment is to create a checklist. The kind of checklist used varies based on the RV type and the day’s weather outlook.
Tip 6: Get the best gear
You are on a camping experience to enjoy, not to face hurdles. You can avoid any headaches throughout your RVing adventure by carrying the perfect gear.
Tip 7: Keep your plans under control
Do not be over-expectant of your RV experience. Make sure that all plans made are reasonable and achievable. Over expecting may end up in disappointment.