I think one of the biggest challenges of working remotely from an RV is that my Internet connectivity is limited to Verizon's coverage map (unless the park WiFi happens to be amazing... spoiler alert: they typically aren't the best because everyone is on them and streaming Netflix).
So if there is a location that we want to travel to, but it's not in Verizon's coverage map, then we can't visit unless it's over a weekend when I'm not working. This limits where we can stay in the RV for months at a time.
The other limiting factor to where we can travel is having an airport nearby so that I can take business trips throughout the year. As you may know, a lot of the really beautiful remote locations also happen to have zero Internet connection and are miles away from civilization.
On the other hand, working out of our rig is truly amazing. Right now, I have all the blinds open and at any point in time if I need to take a short break and stretch my legs, nature is not too far away. For me personally, it balances my extremely connected life (digital marketing, techie, video game nerd) to live a lifestyle that encourages me to disconnect. I feel more balanced now than I ever have living a stationary life.
Sarah is a digital marketing manager who travels the United States with her partner and two dogs while working remotely in her RV.
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