The Nomad Narratives Podcast, Episode 4 – RV Love: Exploring the U.S. in a Home and Office on Wheels

The Nomad Narratives Podcast, Episode 4 – RV Love: Exploring the U.S. in a Home and Office on Wheels

Marc and Julie Bennett, founders of RV Love, live and work location independent while traveling the U.S. in a motorhome. In this week’s episode, Julie Slagter interviews them about RVing and working remotely in their home and office on wheels. They also discuss why Marc and Julie created RV Love and their advice for other dreamers and entrepreneurs. They even give us the inside scoop on a couple upcoming projects!

In this episode we discuss…

  • What RVing is and its benefits
  • How to effectively work remotely and maintain creditability within your company
  • How living location independent can enhance your life
  • What Julie and Marc do to help other RVers

Links mentioned in this episode…

Marc and Julie’s Dream Destination…

Italy – click here to learn more about Italy. And if you have experienced Italy, we would love to hear your stories!

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Home and Office on Wheels

2022-11-01T18:10:59-04:00 Virtual Office|4 Comments


  1. Ray August 3, 2018 at 7:16 AM

    The more I listen to the reasoning of Marc & Julie to go full time, the more I think these two have been reading my mind. I find that so encouraging cause I realize I am not crazy – ha-ha.

    • CTC August 4, 2018 at 11:46 AM

      Hah you’re definitely among friends! There are so many people out there that have minimized and gone the RV route. Let us know if you decide to full-time RV, we would love to follow your own nomad narrative.

  2. Ray August 3, 2018 at 8:42 AM

    Italy is amazing, all of it!
    If you can spend some prolonged time in Venice you will not be disappointed and if possible stay in Venice proper. Venice at night is completely different from the day. While most people know about Murano try and take a trip to see Burano. This is a colorful little island which is known for its lace.
    Another spot to experience while in the Tuscany area is San Gimignano. A medieval village set atop a hill overlooking a lush valley. Beautiful narrow alleyways and stone towers. Stop in the piazza and have a gelato.
    These were only two of the places we loved and felt a connection to but each area in Italy is so different from the last that it’s not hard to find a few that you fall in love with.

    • CTC August 4, 2018 at 11:45 AM

      Thank you very much for this great insight! Burano sounds amazing – I had never heard of it before and can’t wait to research it further!

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