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Living in an RV : Day 10

I've lived in my RV for 10 days now. I have only gone back to the condo to get clothes, and to sleep one night (basically I picked a loud parking spot that was 10 feet from the condo and it was 5am so I just went inside instead of driving to a quiet spot). A lot of things have panned out as expected, but there have also been some big surprises.

I could go on and on, but you probably get the idea. I totally love living in this RV. It's a great feeling to drive over to my mom's house and have her say "Oh, you didn't happen to bring those tickets, did you?" and to just be able to walk into my house and get them.

My parents are really into the RV thing, which is funny. They're always a bit skeptical about my schemes. My dad helped me take out the CRT TV and the Microwave which I replaced with a flat panel and a flash bake oven. My mom made me nice curtains. I'm trying hard to resist the urge to totally trick out the RV. The carpet smells a bit musty so I might put in granite tile or bamboo floors. I think that would be neat.

Sustainable Living: Celebrate What You Have

On Where Pianos Roam

I've been thinking a lot lately about what it means to live a meaningful life.  What this elusive existence is might be different for everyone.  I think I've found what this means for me.

In truth, it means a lot of things, but at its core, I think a meaningful life centers around the constant cultivation and protection of what you value most in life.

Here at WPR, I will be publishing a series of posts that will explore the idea of what I like to call "Sustainable Living".  This term refers to the ways one can live a meaningful existence throughout the entirety of one's life.  Additionally, this will tie in with the ways we can live without creating the waste and pollutants that harm the natural environment we live in and the earth in general.

This is my first post regarding this topic.

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