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You love your home on wheels and you wouldn’t trade the view, but sometimes it is less than comfortable inside. It can feel like a greenhouse during a sunny, summer day and the arctic during a long winter night. This is why—in my opinion—insulating window blinds are essential.

Related Read: Keep Your RV Warm in the Winter

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Scent is important. We tie it to special memories, use it to relax after a tough day, and infuse it through out homes to make our environment smell better. We use air fresheners, wax melts, potpourri, and candles to bring those scents into our homes – and our RVs. Unfortunately, the majority of those products that line the store shelves (and smel....


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Mold is a four letter word, both literally and figuratively, for RV enthusiasts. Luckily, there are easy life hacks and some do it yourself ways to prevent fungus from rearing its ugly head. You’ll also learn about removing mold if it does show up in your home on wheels!

The first step in dealing with any problem is prevention. Mold can be prevente....


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We have had more than our share of sticky situations. In the spring of 2016, we were alerted that there was a tornado on the ground and headed our way. With little time available, we grabbed our computers, our two dogs and cats, and drove away with no guarantee our rig would be there when we got back. We got lucky, but it made it quite clear how il....


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Tiny homes are all the rage and many consider fulltime RVing to be the ultimate in modest living while allowing you to enjoy the freedom of the open road. They don’t always realize that there’s a cost of living to every lifestyle and when a person fails to plan and live deliberately, he or she can easily lose control of spending.

Enter the “B-w....


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In an RV, space is limited. Tiny living areas require some creative safe saving measures and one of the most popular ways is with multi-functional furniture. You probably already have at least a few pieces that serve several purposes; RV manufacturers have been using them for years. Dinettes that convert to beds and sofa sleepers with storage are f....


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What’s better than the perfect vacation? Perhaps it’s the perfect vacation in which someone else took care of planning all of the details, and all you had to do was enjoy yourself. Increasingly, travelers are taking to the open road in a caravan to visit some of the popular—as well as the less obvious—road-trip destinations in the country.

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Although I’m a firm believer that you can learn from every experience and definitely every mistake, there are some lessons I would have rather learned the easy way—by reading about them. Unfortunately, that’s not always how life works. In early January, we learned a few valuable lessons about the maintenance and well-being of our trailer axles.

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Ever wonder what class motorhome you are best suited for? This little quiz will help you sort it all out.

1. When hitting the road, I:
A. Don’t need a lot of living space. Give me a simple bathroom, a little kitchen, and a place to sleep and I’m good to go!
B. Don’t want to feel cramped. I like to have some space to move around.
C. Like plenty of l....


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Tornado Alley—I grew up in the Kansas City, Missouri area and am very familiar with spring storms, what to look for, and what to do—in a house. One of the things that concerned me most about living in an RV was surviving tornados and strong straight way winds. Fortunately, as a fulltime RVer, we can often plan our locations to avoid the worst of th....