our story

WHAT LED US DOWN THIS ROAD?

Hello and welcome to LivinRVision!
 
We are Brian & Michelle and we’re so glad you’re here!  We would like to personally invite you to follow our adventures on YouTube, for inspiration, entertainment, advice and how-to videos.  If you’re looking for something new and have a vision, you may have already discovered that it’s not going to go away.  Whatever you want in life, it is ultimately YOUR decision and we’re not here to influence you one way or another.  We’re here to inspire those who DO want this lifestyle and need the help realizing that your visions CAN become your reality…so we created this website and YouTube channel, LivinRVision.
 
There was a time when nothing seemed to be enough.  We seemed to have everything we wanted and needed, but in reality we didn’t.  We soon realized that the things we had were not making us happy.  There was something missing, and then it hit us.  It was all the trips we had taken over the years that truly sparked our love for travel.  Those moments spending time together that filled our hearts with some of the most meaningful and memorable moments of our lives as well as those moments that made us feel like we were actually living.  The things we had were just distractions of the latest and greatest new thing, to create short-lived excitement followed by an empty feeling.  Vacations were few and far between with limited down time from work. We were not always able to make the most of our time when we did go on a vacation(s).  There never seemed to be enough time to do all we wanted to do.
 
This is when the visions of traveling full time in an RV ignited.  I asked Michelle, “what if we could work remotely and travel in an RV full time?”  At first she thought I was losing my mind!  That one question then opened our minds to all the advantages. We could spend our evenings and weekends enjoying the places where we parked our home. We could have a different office view anywhere and anytime we wanted, meet other like-minded  fellow RVers and new friends. Regardless of where we go we would always have our home and things with us.   Our home would be whatever climate we felt like living in and able to stay for as long as we would like. 
 
If health issues were to arise with a family member, we would have options.  We could take our home with us and be close to our family during those difficult times. There would be no more worries of taking too much time off.  There would always be the option to put our home-on-wheels  in storage and take a flight back and still have our laptops for work if needed.
 
With our heads full of ideas we decided to do some research on YouTube.  Searching nearly every day and following countless RV YouTube channels.  Soon Michelle realized I wasn’t the only one with this “crazy” idea. 😜  She started to ask questions and it was then that she started to get intrigued by the idea of the full-time RV lifestyle.
 
So with both having some understandable worries and fears, we decided to follow our vision, take a leap of faith and just go for it!  After all, we never know what tomorrow will bring and if we can make this possible now before retirement, then why not?!  Now we can at least look back and say we did it, instead of living with the “I wish we would of” regret.  
 
So it began! First was a garage sale, advertising our “stuff” for sale and de-cluttering our house.  We then listed our “Sticks and Bricks” for sale with frequent open houses, which became our new weekend pastime.  Within two months our house was sold and our new life had transformed!  There were moments of “what did we just do”, but the excitement of this new lifestyle kept us excited and focused!
 
Now, we are taking our time and enjoying the sites and adventures at our own pace, not feeling the stress of making sure we did everything on the itinerary before our last day in the area as we did when we took “vacations”.  The benefits of this lifestyle keep accumulating!  Without a doubt, we are livin’ our vision! (Hence the name, LivinRVision).
 
Follow us and we will share what we have learned along the way.
 
~Brian & Michelle