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For the past several years, Hubby and I have spent about half of our time continuously on the road and the other half in our stix-n-brix home. There’s always a period of adjustment either way, but I’m noticing that it’s a bit more challenging for me to readjust from life on the road to being back in our “stationary” home, life off the road. Do you spend extended periods of time in your rig like we do? Does it take you a while to readjust to being tethered to one spot, like me? Here are some things I’ve noticed. Maybe you’ve noticed them, too. Readjusting to life off the road The “yank.” (Muscle memory is real.) RV drawers and cupboards have a stiff latch that keeps them securely closed as we travel. (I still bungie tie them together, just in case we hit rough roads.) After months on the road, I get used to yanking handles to open everything. When we get back to our “stationary” home, I sometimes forget and continue the “yank.” I’ve pulled hard enough to completely remove a drawer from its cabinet! That’s quite a yank! The “badgering.” (Bad habits are hard to break.) “Pick it up and put it away where it belongs.” That’s my mantra while we’re living in our RV. It doesn’t take long for things to get cramped, covered up and lost, or ruined if not put in their designated place. Once we move back into our stationary home, constant badgering […]