How to Prepare for Extended Family RV Trip in Reno
Are you tired of the hectic daily grinding schedule? Considering taking the family on an RV extended road trip? Here are tips on how to plan for months on the road.
According to an article at wikihow.com, “Planning for an Extended Family Vacation”
“Quitting your job to take a road trip can be a big leap of faith but it’s one that will bring rewards of self-discovery and discovery of others. Travelling on a long road trip can change your life for the better, you may forge new friendships, and gain understandings that propel you in new directions in life.
Don’t wait until you retire to get out and see the country; it’s easier than you might think but it does require some preparation. This article will help guide you through the process of planning a long road trip.
Mark Twain once said: “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”
1. Prepare yourself for the experience.
Prepare yourself for the experience. If you’ve been longing to get away and discover the beauty and wonder of both nature and people that are located right off your doorstep, stop waiting and start considering the possibility as a reality. Depending on your employer and the type of job you have, it might be possible to take extended leave instead of simply quitting your job. Alternatively, it really might be the right time to quit your job and to seek other opportunities as part of the road trip experience; after all, you never know who or what you’re going to meet as part of your experience and new doors will definitely open for those who look
Consider asking for an extended leave of absence or perhaps arrange a sabbatical. While this can limit the length of your trip, it will also have the added benefit of potentially allowing you to carry health coverage through your employer, and having a job to return to when you get home. At least ask, all they can do is say no.
2. Plan thoroughly.
Plan thoroughly. Doing much of your planning on the front end will allow your adventure to be +much more stress-free and enjoyable. Allow at least a half year to a year to plan and save those dollars.” To read the entire article click here.