Dumpster Diving: How To Eliminate Your Grocery Bill!

In a Facebook post a few weeks ago about frugal eating, Meagan Carr chimed in and stated that she eats almost every meal for free. How, you ask? Dumpster Diving! I know what you’re thinking because I thought the same thing. Stop! Push aside the stereotypical “dumpster diving” image you have in your head. Replace the frail, grungy, homeless person you’re thinking about with the image of a young, attractive, and intelligent family. Aside from…

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5 Reasons We’ve Ditched Every Cooking Appliance for an Instant Pot

My wife and I have been using the Instant Pot exclusively to feed our family for over a month now. We absolutely love it! Not only is it easy to use and versatile, it’s energy efficient. As full-time RVers who boondock 99% of the time, versatility and efficiency are our top two priorities. Before we had our Instant Pot, we used an induction burner. The induction burner was more efficient than most burners, but there was still quite…

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How to Save Money and Eat Gourmet Every Day!

Article By Valerie Spencer Valerie is the creator of Tiny Kitchen Cuisine. As a former professional baker and avid foodie, she took her love for home-cooked foods on the road when she began traveling full-time in her tiny RV. With mouthwatering recipes and useful techniques, Valerie addresses the unique concerns of those who want to make delicious food in their tiny kitchen. You can follow her journey on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. How would you…

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Discount Clubs for RVers – Are they worth the money?

RV clubs and membership programs have been a hot topic since the Good Sam Club was founded in 1966. Similar programs, such as Thousand Trails Club and Passport America have joined the race. While all of them have their appeal, the big question is, are they worth it? Most people fail to recognize that there are many different lifestyles on the road. In four months, I’ve met all kinds of people living different lifestyles. We’ve…

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Boondocking: RVing Across America for $50

We’re 22 days into our full-time travel lifestyle and we already feel like boondocking pros. Although we were stationary in an RV for over a year, it didn’t do much to prepare us for life on the road or life as a minimalist. One of the most shocking things we’ve learned is that you don’t have to pay expensive campground rates. In fact, we’ve only paid a total of $50 to camp and we’ve traveled…

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Here’s How to Buy a Quality RV for Under $15,000

A lot of people get defensive about their RV and the company who made it. I think it’s great that people love their home on wheels but the quality standard across the board is sub-par at best. In almost every scenario, regardless of price point, new RVs make their way back to the dealership multiple times to “iron out the kinks.” Well I disagree with the general consensus. I don’t think new RVs should have…

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