These days, just about everybody wants (or needs) to stay connected to the interwebs, and when you hit the road, you’ll likely want to take your email, social media and Google searching habits with you. Luckily, the major cellular networks are (mostly) widespread and reliable these days so it’s completely possible to stay mobile and connected quite affordably. If you’re still working full-time like us, you’ll need a constant, reliable signal. Perhaps you’re retired, yet like to keep an eye on your online share trading portfolio, read the news and Skype with family. If you’re traveling with kids, they’ll likely want access to social media, Netflix and gaming sites. And if a comfortable, ergonomic or even separate workspace is high value to you (as it is for us) you may want to explore ways to modify a space in your RV to suit your needs. We love the freedom and flexibility of being completely mobile to live and work anywhere we choose and share some of the ways we do that below.

Marc Quit His Job. What That Means for You, Us and RVLove

We just made our biggest announcement since hitting the road. Marc quit his job. Yes, the one he has been able to do remotely for the last 4 years, 3 of those from the road. In this video, we share what this means for you, us and for RVLove. For those of you who don’t

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Digital Nomads Navigating Work & Timezones

Now we’re back from our big trip down under we can answer the Big Question: How did we do working remotely from Australia on graveyard shifts? This was one of our big goals for the trip – assessing just how far we could take this nomadic / location independent lifestyle, especially with Marc working an 8–5 job for a US

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Australian Adventure: Work & Travel Down Under

One of the biggest advantages of creating a mobile lifestyle with the ability to live and work from anywhere is that it opens up the potential (and desire) for even more travel and freedom. As long as we have decent WIFI, we can work from almost anywhere in the world. So this month, we are going location independent in Australia!

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1 Year Full-Time On the Road: Our Video Update

OMG! Can you believe it!? We’ve been living on the road full-time for 1 year as of June 19. Yep, we actually celebrated our one-year anniversary as we came full circle back to Colorado over the summer. As per usual, we sat down to record our honest thoughts, feelings, tips and insights – this time

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How Technology Keeps Us Mobile + Monthly Expenses

Our very first consideration when we started talking about the possibility of traveling, living and working from a motorhome was whether or not technology would make this lifestyle possible for us and if so, how! We had a hundred and one questions like… How would we stay connected? Did we need to invest in a satellite system? Would

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Converting our RV bunkhouse to an office

One of the main reasons we chose our specific coach was so that we could convert the existing bunkhouse (two bunk beds) into a separate, dedicated office for Marc, who continues to work full-time (virtually) at his regular 40 hour a week job during our travels. Marc has always placed a high value on work-life balance, health, wellness and on being a

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