How to Live in an RV: Episode 48
November 14, 2016
Living in an RV sounds like fun! But how much does it cost? What if you have too much stuff? Jerry Minchey is with us today to give us an advice on how we can live in an RV. You can listen to the show at http://rockyourretirement.libsyn.com/how-to-live-in-an-rv
On today’s episode of Rock Your Retirement, we’re learning about how to live in an RV!
Jerry Minchey, #1 Best-Selling Author, is the author of several books about the RVing lifestyle and about retirement living. He lives full time in his 34-foot Class A motorhome. He has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, an MBA from USC, and an OPM degree from Harvard Business School.
Jerry has worked for NASA and worked for many years as a computer design engineer. He holds five patents, and he has a private pilot license with an instrument rating. (Let's go flying!)
He has owned several engineering and marketing businesses, and he is the founder and editor of the website LifeRV.com. How did he decide to live in an RV? He tells us on today's episode.
After Jerry retired, he bought a motorhome and started living full time in it.
He started following several RVing blogs and forums. After a couple of years of following the RV forums, he realized that there were a lot of people who had tons of questions about the RVing lifestyle, what's it like, how much does it cost, etc. That's when he decided to write his first RVing book (Motorhome and RV Retirement Living – The most Enjoyable and Least Expensive Way to Retire). Jerry has since written three more books about motorhome and RV living. If anyone is an expert on how to live in an RV, it's him.
He sells his books (both the printed versions and the eBooks) through Amazon. He also has links to the Amazon sales pages for his books on his website www.LifeRV.com
Jerry says, “Probably the most interesting response I get from people when I tell them about living full time in an RV is that they say, “I could never live in an RV. I have too much stuff.”
“They say it with so much conviction it's like saying one leg is longer than the other one. They act like they were born that way and there's nothing they can do about it. Getting rid of your stuff is one of the most liberating things you can do.”
“Since I live full time in my motorhome, my typical day varies a lot depending on where I'm camped. Sometimes I'm in a campground and sometimes I'm camped in a state park or a National Forest all by myself. Either way, I do a lot of writing and I like to hike.”
Jerry gave us a lot of great information and we also created a freebie, 5 steps to living in an RV Full Time, that you can get by going to http://RockYourRetirement.com/RV
* Motorhome and RV Retirement Living: The Most Enjoyable and Least Expensive Way to Retire
* Advantages of Moving into a 55+ Park: How to Enjoy Your Retirement Even on a Budget
* Young RVers: How to Enjoy the Freedom of the RV Lifestyle While Making a Living on the Road Kindle Edition
* The Restaurant Marketing Bible: How to Market Your Restaurant on a Shoestring Budget