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March '19

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rv-pro.com March 2019 • RV PRO • 131 that 78 percent of Millennials would rather spend money on experiences rather than belongings. Sage says she expects the trend of Mil- lennial RVers to continue – and not just because the world has become technologi- cally better connected, making it easier to pursue nomadic living. She says she also finds that the nomadic living lifestyle is rewarding on many fronts. She says she feels less stress, sleeps better and lives a more active life. For Sage, the experience has been life-changing. "I could not have predicted what I call the 'paradox of less,'" she says. "I may have so much less, but I have so much more free time and mental space. I have so much more space for creativity, and my business is doing new and exciting things that I couldn't have imagined because I didn't have the time and space of the mental clutter to even allow that to happen." Sage says she appreciates RVing for the freedom it provides, describing RVs as "mobile nests" or "condos on wheels." Still, adopting the RV lifestyle full-time was daunting at first, she admits. She developed the Nomadic Living 101 video series to offer practical advice on how Millennials and others can adopt the RV lifestyle. Go with the PROs. rv-pro.com WE ARE THE SEVEN PROFESSIONALS DEDICATED TO THE SUCCESS OF YOUR BUSINESS.

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