An RV nomad is a full-time traveler who uses a motorhome, trailer, or other types of RVs as their home. They have a desire to travel, explore, and experience new things.Typically, they’re young and either single or couples. This means they’re still in their prime working years and often need to work while traveling to support themselves. However, older nomads or those with families become RV nomads too.
RV nomads make money in as many ways as traditional workers who stick to one place. The vast majority work remotely, using a mobile internet connection and cell phone to accomplish most of the same things as they would in an office.Many find employment in tech, customer service, finance or accounting, and the creative professions. But you can adapt many other office jobs to life on the road. You may even find entrepreneurs like real estate investors, e-commerce store operators, or social media influencers.
This answer will depend on your lifestyle, current savings, and financial goals. For some, being an RV nomad is about simple living.They feel content in a van or small trailer, don’t travel long distances, stay at modestly priced parks or boondock, and don’t eat out or shop much. In this case, it may surprise you how little you’ll need to get by, perhaps only $750-$1,500 per person a month.