As you may have read in our “Recent Stress In RV Life, Update” blog, July was a very challenging month for Don and me. After that blogs posting, more news trickled in. The start-up company I had been dispatching cars to members for, from the comfort of my home, would be no longer. For business reasons I fully understand their need as well as the timing to sell the company. Unfortunately, that leaves me without work and now a new truck payment.
We ask for your continued support during this time of transition for us. I will be diving headfirst into updating my resume and looking for great remote work opportunities. Don has been swamped with juggling his work, physical therapy (for his work-related injury) and projects around the home. In his free time, he has been working on editing video for our future YouTube launch. There never seems to be enough hours in the day to do all that we need and want.
Work In A Cube?
Currently, there are several office jobs that I could drive to and work at all day. That style of work will not aid me in our ultimate goal of working remotely while RVing full-time. However, some employers may have a remote option after working in-office for so long. My enormous task ahead of me is to apply to both remote and in-office, to find out.
The Change To Adventures
It is with a heavy heart I announce this. From a new blog standpoint, it will hinder our growth. Yet, it must be done. The Adventures In RV Life blog will no longer have the weekly posts you expect. Rather, I hope to have one product review type blog and one recipe posted each month. You can still count on the new blog posts to occur on Sundays at 8 am (PST).
Once I get a new job under my belt and our weekend projects slow up, I will be able to pour more free time into Adventures. It’s a fact we have a lot of adventures to write about. Now if we could only get life to settle down a bit we could share the content sooner for you. So I better get to work!