Whether you dream of hitting the road for good or just want to shake up your life and start over, the new RV lifestyle book UnlocatingÂ is a great way to get started.
Learn to think differently, create a life you love.
In this humorous but helpful look at the highlights of living like a nomad, full-time traveler Margie Lundy demonstrates that living this way isnâ€™t just for Millenials or retired senior citizens.
Lundy Family Shares Tips in New RV Lifestyle Book
When a family has been full-time RVing for ten years, they have valuable nuggets of wisdom to share. So if you have been considering a move to full-time RVing for a while but arenâ€™t sure itâ€™s do-able, pay attention. Margie’s RV lifestyle book provides important information you need to make a smart, informed leap of faith.
Margie and Allen raised three kids on the road.
“This is not a how-to book, but more of a why-to,” explains Margie. In her 136-page RV lifestyle book, the wife and mother to three children shares her quirky thoughts and helpful ideas about why the process of â€œUnlocatingâ€� might be the answer to creating a stronger bond with your family, enjoying more of what you enjoy doing (or want to learn how to do) and ultimately creating a more well-balanced life.
What is “Unlocating?”
Simply put, unlocating is the process of living life in a way that is probably different from your friends and family, but makes you happy. Unlocating is thinking outside conventional rules for raising kids, choosing how and where to live, what to buy, who and where to worship, and so much more.
“You donâ€™t have to live in a house, go to school, work a traditional job, fill up your calendar, eat how you were raised to eat, only have friends in your local area, attend a local
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