Don’t have regrets

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It’s good to periodically take a look at how you are living your life. An AARP column written by a woman who worked with critically ill and dying patients listed the five top regrets her patients had. In brief, they included regretting that they had

  • not had the courage to live a life true to themselves, rather than others’ expectations
  • hadn’t worked so hard
  • not had the courage to express their feelings
  • had not stayed in touch with their friends
  • not let themselves be happier

Deciding to become a full- or even part-time RVer can give you the opportunity to change your life so you do not have regrets. Often family and friends are spread out over the country. RVing could give the you the chance to see more of them or renew old friendships. If you still have to work, Workamping or volunteering (to reduce expenses) can be a more laid-back type of work yet still bring in income. And you may finally have the time and give yourself permission to do and see some of those things on your bucket list. The freedom of RV travel can bring happiness too – if you let yourself enjoy it.

Retire to an RV: The Roadmap to Affordable Retirement

Retire to an RV: The Roadmap to Affordable Retirement

Whatever your age or stage of life, it’s not too late to make changes to live life more fully, more meaningfully and to be happier. Perhaps an RV is the way to go! Jaimie Hall Bruzenak

Retire to an RV: The Roadmap to Affordable Retirement can be your guide to getting started. Check it out.

 

June 2, 2013
Categories : RV retirement
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