A brief list of a few things you never (or at least, rarely) need to do while living full-time on the road:
- Purchase toilet paper. Whether you’re hitch-hiking, on a roadtrip of a lifetime or full-time RVing it, purchasing toilet paper, paper towels, etc. is completely unnecessary. Campgrounds, hotels, pretty much any accommodation you’ll come across will supply it for you.
- Mow the Lawn / Shovel the Driveway. I suppose you could possibly get yourself into a shoveling situation, if you’re the adventurous, stick around the North for the winter kind of adventurer. But otherwise, lack of owning either a yard or driveway while living on the road virtually ensures you never needing to perform these actions. Unless you want to as a supplement to making a living on the road, ie mowing lawns for gas money.
- Pay Property or School Taxes.
- Live the Same Day Twice. Wake up, brush teeth, run errands, clean kitchen, make lunch, brush teeth, exercise, make dinner, wash face, Seinfeld reruns, Conan, bed, sleep. Or more like, wake up, brush teeth, watch sunrise, visit Ghost Town, hike trail, meet new friend, picnic on cliffside, rafting, stand in four states at once, cookout, RV, pass out ready to do something completely different tomorrow?