Are we there yet? could mean several things such as a location or a state of mind. When I say it in this post I am referring to both. Many if not most people rush through life without tasting much of it. Not really smelling the roses. To see what I mean, the next time you eat do it very slowly. Chew each bite and mentally enjoy each flavor. It is a very different experience than quickly eating fast food. Or even good food eaten quickly.
So how do you more thoroughly taste life? You have to take the time to enjoy little bits of the moments of your day without being in a rush. If you become tired, rest. If you are are thirsty, drink. Get off the fast track and move at your own pace. Of course to do this you have to have the time and financial self sufficiency needed.
Since I was in my 20’s I have always liked campers/motorhomes. I started renting them in my 30’s, and buying them in my 50’s. I think I have always been attracted to them because the offer freedom. Freedom to explore, stop, rest, and live almost anywhere. A big one like shown in the picture is not cheap, but no where near as costly as a fixed house. I am not even sure they are a good substitute for a fixed house forever. But maybe they are until you “get there”.
Motorhomes are just tools though. You can use them to scurry from place to place. Stop at RV parks next to freeways. Make most stops one night stays. And then you are still on the fast track. You will wear yourself out and ask questions like, “Are We There Yet”. The answer will be no. You have just moved into a mobile housing unit and still in the rat race.
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That is how I feel. But do keep in mind that lots of folks like crowds and buzz. If that is you then my advice is wrong for you. I spent many years and millions of air miles running lots of places and now I am through with that. Time to chew longer on what you have and not spend so much time buzzing around.