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Monday Motivation; Living and Working Fulltime From our RV

Monday Motivation; Living and Working Fulltime From our RV.

 

Back to the grind today. Meredith started her new assignment this morning, which can be a little nerve-wrecking. New place, new faces, new equipment, new people, different systems, etc. The first week can be a little disorienting. Fortunately, she’s a quick learner, dedicated to her job, and passionate about what she does. That disoriented feeling will get better after the first week. 👩🏻‍⚕️👨🏻‍💻

This Weekend…
Us: “We’re new to town”.
Them: “Where are you coming from”?
Us: “Nashville, TN”. (We always say Nash 😉).
Them: “What on Earth brought you to Tyler, TX”!?!?
Us: “We travel and work fulltime on the road in our RV”.
Them: “Whattt?!! Tell me more”!•

Over the weekend, we chatted with some folks that got excited to hear about what we do. One was an older gentleman who stated “it’s refreshing to see younger folks thinking creatively and taking advantage of what life can be”. The other was someone a little younger than we are who mentioned “y’all are literally living my dream”! He has dreams of converting a Skoolie for traveling fulltime. It’s encouraging to hear people respond this way. It keeps us motivated and reminds us that everything we experience while on our journey is truly a blessing. Good or bad. It all creates lasting memories we’ll always have. 🙌🏻.

We’ve said this before, but life doesn’t have to be one dimensional. You don’t have to live a life that you are ‘supposed’ to live. Is there something you’ve always wanted to do? Does the fear of unknown or others perceptions prevent you from experiencing ‘xyz’? Think about yourself 30 years from now, will YOU be better for having tried/experienced what you want? 😎.

Dig deep, find your motivation, speak up about your passions, think creatively, be different, & LIVE A MULTIDIMENSIONAL LIFE. 💪🏻.

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