They also realized that they get more out of their travels if they stay in one place for a longer period of time.
The couple works from the road.
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“When we first left, I think just taking eight months to finish the RV, we were so excited to leave,” Boucek said. “So we got on the road and were spending a day in each place and just jumping to different states and burning through so much money in gas.””We’ve learned that if we’re going to travel this way, the whole point would be to explore more rather than just explore as fast as we can,” she added. They also found a way to make money while they travel. Boucek blogs for companies, the couple creates sponsored posts on their Instagram, and Krawczewicz also gets seasonal jobs when they’re staying in one place for a longer period of time.”I think there are a lot of people that assume if you want to do this lifestyle, you have to have saved up thousands and thousands of dollars or have some really high-paying, remote job,” Boucek said. “But that’s not the case. If you want to travel, even for just a year, you can pick up seasonal work in almost every state.”