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Its been a full year since we moved into and began living in our studio apartment on wheels! Hard to believe that one year has flown by. Time will run away – with or without you.
This has been an extraordinary first year! Even though I have no regrets about our first year of RVing, at times its been an arduous journey. But, what life isn’t? Dealing with life within the bounds of a non-conventional lifestyle, adds a different layer to the learning curve. Perhaps I would have handled curve balls life threw at me this past year differently, if we did not live a nomadic lifestyle. Who knows. A friend once told me “there is no perfect way of living life”. I’m learning to understand and appreciate what that means.
I’ve done a lot of introspection of myself this past year. Shocked because I never thought or expected that such a lifestyle would cause me to do so. On the other hand, introspection has afforded me the opportunity to learn so much about myself! I’m amazed at what I’m capable of, and who I am. Yet, it took a nomadic lifestyle for me to see and recognize myself. Such a personal journey will continue.
Our travels led us to the southwest for the winter season. Oh, the southwest has a unique beauty!
American Girl Mine
2 Replies to “One Year Anniversary of Full Time RVing”
Beautiful pictures. I miss my time hiking and biking in the Sonoran desert! Fwiw, self knowledge is probably the most important kind!
Hi, Max! I never know that the desert has such beauty, until now. Now that I’ve seen it, I can understand why you miss it. 🙂 Self knowledge IS important, and mind blowing. I thought I knew myself and as it turns out, I’m learning a great deal about myself. Have you had a similar experience as a result of a drastic event or lifestyle change?