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Two audiobooks in one:

  • RV Living: A Comprehensive Guide to RV Living Full-Time
  • RV Living: A Practical Guide for RV Living Full-Time

You only get to live once. One life meant for a multitude of adventures, memories, experiences, and captured moments. One life to see the world for what it is, the beauty that it holds, and the simplicity it brings.

Today, many of us live for the next best thing. We live in a fast-paced, stressful, and materialistic society. A society that demands more from us than it offers us in return. In the hustle and bustle of modern-day life, days go by, culminating in a lifetime of occasional adventures but many stressors.

RV living provides a break from instant gratification, career pursuit, and fast-paced performance. With the decision to venture into full-time RVing comes a variety of precious moments, memories, experiences, and simplicity. Life becomes true to its original purpose - living in the now. Life becomes simpler. Instead of keeping up with the Joneses, you are allowed to set the pace of your own life and get in touch with what really matters - living, experiencing, and community. Listen to this audiobook bundle now to discover all you need to know about RV living.

©2017 Matt Jones (P)2017 Matt Jones

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a few useful tips

not as in depth as I hoped for and some bits repeated in both books. Not sure I need a list of things to pack like pots and pans think I could have worked that out myself. a few very useful tips worth knowing