There are literally hundreds of ways to earn a living while camping and traveling in an RV or motor home. Here are a few ideas for anyone wanting to live a nomadic lifestyle and yet still earn a good income.
One tried and true way to earn an income while traveling is to find part time work in the areas in which you will be staying. If you are a people person, consider working in a small cafe or restaurant for a few hours a day. Check the classified ads of the town you are staying in for openings. If you want a more portable type of job, one that you can do from anywhere in the country, consider writing articles for sites like TheInfoMine.com and other web based publishing sites. It may be hard to see any real income until a few months have passed, and you have dozens of articles online, but it does work. Focus on finding interesting and unique subjects that you have a great deal of knowledge about. Add links for Amazon Associates products in your articles as well as join Google’s Adsense program. Sites like TheInfoMine.com share a percentage of Adsense ad impressions with authors. If you have enough interesting articles online you may begin to see significant earnings from Adsense.
Another great way to earn a living while traveling is to take your career with you by telecommuting. Telecommuters are a growing segment of the RV community. The ranks of telecommuters include architects, engineers, industry consultants, writers, proofreaders and editors and more. All you need is a good internet connection where you go. Being able to be your own boss by working online is very satisfying and helps feel the need to work if you are retired or semi-retired.
Another good way to earn money while traveling in an RV is to find a niche product that you can sell at fairs and conventions. For example, if you are an avid fisherman, consider promoting a brand of lures, tackle, etc, at fishing expositions around the country as an affiliate of one of the manufacturers of such products. You may have to spend quite a bit on inventory and display materials, but it could pay off well as a side job if you find the right products to represent.
There are lots of other good ways to earn a living while traveling in an RV. One good resource is the book “Support Your RV Life” seen below.