RV Resolutions to Make 2019 Your Most Mile-Filled Year Yet: Part II

RV Resolutions to Make 2019 Your Most Mile-Filled Year Yet: Part II

With 2019 officially knocking on the door, we’re back with our second installment of resolutions you should make when it comes to RVing in the new year. If you haven’t checked out our first blog post in this ‘mini-series,’ go ahead and give it a read before coming back here for even more great resolutions.

The new year is a time to make some changes, both big and small. If you haven’t already considered making some of those changes with your RV, or how you travel, why not give it a shot? With that in mind, let’s look at a few more RV resolutions you can put in place.

1. Make New Friends

RVing is a culture. It isn’t something you should do with your family on weekends to seclude yourself from everyone else. In fact, the more you get immersed in the culture, the more amazing people you’ll meet.

Don’t be afraid to talk to people at a campground, or while you’re on a hiking trail. You’ll meet other families, world travelers, CEOs, stay at home moms, and every walk of life in between. It’s a great way to get a real idea of the footprint of this country, and you’ll make so many more memories after having conversations with fellow travelers.

2. Slow Down

We know the title of this blog is about covering more miles this year. While we do encourage you to travel more, we also want to invite you to slow down when you do travel. So often, RVers are too concerned with getting from place to place, beating traffic, or ‘making good time.’

Instead, try to take more scenic routes. Stay in one location longer, or take breaks at different pit stops along the way. Traveling too quickly makes it easy to feel stressed and burn out. When you take it slow, you learn to appreciate more, and you’re likely to feel more relaxed and rested for the duration of your trip.

3. Go to National Parks in the Off-Season

Exploring our National Parks in the off-season is a great way to avoid crowds, see and experience more, and witness natural beauty that a lot of people don’t get to see. It can take a bit of extra planning, but traveling to some of the most beautiful spots in the country when they aren’t flooded with tourists will be beyond worth it.

There you have it, three more resolutions you can put into place in 2019. Between these two blogs, you’ve got no excuse to hit the road more and make the most of the time you spend in your RV with your family, friends, or even on some solo road trips. Whether you’re a weekender, a full-time, or a snowbird, anyone can put these resolutions into practice and get more out of their RV all year long. Consider it the year you start traveling more, taking your time, and getting reacquainted with your rig. Safe and happy travels this year!

Dec 28th 2018 Stacey Koziel

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