We are a group of folks who broke away from the cubicle and “tied down” lifestyle to embrace the joys of travel and RV-ing.
Since we consider ourselves part time nomads, we decided we needed to create a blog to help other people live this lifestyle.
When we first started RV-ing, we had a huge learning curve. It’s not an easy lifestyle to just pick up, especially for the DIY-er. However, we hope we make it easier by providing valuable content that can help anyone from the novice RV-er to the experienced one.
The RV lifestyle is a passion for people who live it. Many people find this lifestyle perfect for traveling on a budget and getting to know a locale in a way that’s completely different than if you stay at cookie cutter hotels.
Having a home on wheels that goes with you everywhere you go can be a big money saver, too. In some cases, traveling in your RV is even faster than flying, if you’re flying a short distance. Once you take into account the travel time to airports and hotels, not to mention the expense, you may find going in your own home on wheels (RV) is not only more cost effective, but also much more fun and convenient.
This lifestyle is also perfect for people who work in a digital world. If you work remotely and conduct your business online, there’s no reason to not embrace the RV lifestyle if you want to. It’s also fairly easy to transition to working online if you have certain skill sets.
If you want to feel like a local everywhere you travel, the RV lifestyle may be for you.
We hope that our content helps you on your RV journey. Whether you’re just getting started and trying to figure out which RV is best for you, or you’re an advanced RV-er who wants to explore the best tankless water heaters, we’ve got you covered.Also, we welcome tips, content ideas, and reviews from our readers. Just contact us and we’ll love to hear from you.
My name is Mark Coleman and I oversee all of the content and editing for USAutoAuthority.com. I’ve been with the company for a few years now and our growth has been exciting to me.
When I first came onboard, I was simply an editor, but I’ve since grown to love the RV life. Now, every chance we get, my wife and kids and I hit the road in our RV. My wife and I hope to go completely RV lifestyle when our kids are out of high school and in college. That will be a few years, though, so we have plenty of time to get ready and learn all we need to know to embrace this amazing lifestyle.
Though I’m not an RV-er (yet), I grew up with parents who loved camping. We had an old but awesome RV that we used when we camped at various lakes around where we lived in Minnesota.
I’m a big proponent of the sustainability movement. The tiny house and RV trend is very appealing to me, so I hope someday I’ll be able to really get into that lifestyle.
In my spare time, I enjoy exploring the countryside on my motorcycle and camping out wherever I land at the end of the day.
I have a degree in library science and always thought I’d work in the research or library business, so working in an online information community is perfect for me.
As a genuine research nerd, I love spending my days researching RVs and pulling together reviews and content that our readers will enjoy. It’s very rewarding to be a part of writing and researching content that we know will help people fully enjoy the RV lifestyle. Sustainability and freedom of movement is important to me, and being a part of anything that promotes that is awesome.
When I’m not working, I love hiking in the wilderness and rock climbing. I guess you could say I’m an adrenaline junkie but in all of the best ways.
I began working in social media straight out of college. First, I worked in the world of technology doing social media for a small tech company, and gradually began working as a freelancer for various small to midsize companies.
I love working at US Auto Authority. My bosses encourage creativity and autonomy, and that’s perfect for my style of working. Also, there are so many cool things you can do on social media when it comes to RVs and the sustainability movement. What’s not to love?
In my free time, I enjoy reading and learning more about tech and social media. I confess, I spend way too much time on Udemy learning about new things, but hey, if you enjoy it, it never feels like work.