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Nathan and Marissa Moss were living the American dream in Cookeville, Tennessee — or so they thought. Four-bedroom home? Check. Steady paychecks? Check. Two young kids? Check. But one morning, before Marissa left for a 13-hour shift, she realized that she would miss her young daughter waking up — and would return home after she went to sleep. “I remember leaving in tears,” Marissa recalled. “That’s when we decided that if we let go of all that overhead and just simply live below our means, how much more freedom and time that would open up.” That’s when the couple made a drastic decision to ditch the life they had built in exchange for something they believed offered more freedom: RV living. Nathan and Marissa are not alone. Today, around a million Americans live in RVs full time. From 2005 to today, RV ownership has jumped from 7.9 million to 9 million Americans in 2019, according to a recent report. In the age of high-speed WiFi, many single millennials have been opting-out of the traditional workforce over the past decade, choosing the digital nomad life over the traditional 9-5. Typically, this lifestyle has only been accessible to single nomads. But recently, entire families are picking up and changing course. When the global pandemic hit in 2020 — ushering in a new age of economic uncertainty — RV living became even more appealing to many people. And the shift to digital technology over traditional offices, plus self-isolation, made the transition easier […]