• 10th August 2022

How to Make Money Working on Your Laptop in an RV

The full-time RV lifestyle doesn’t have to mean the end of your money-making days—even if you consider yourself retired. Many full and part-time RVers actually operate private business online and earn more than they did before their creativity was ignited on the open road. Check out these cool money-making ideas you can do right in your camper.

Offer a Service Online

Whip out your handy laptop and start using your marketing skills regardless of your location. Many people utilize their assets and skills from previous careers and delve into a similar path with a distance-based job such as:

  • Consulting Services
  • Transcription for Legal, Medical, etc.
  • Telemedicine Fields
  • RV Repair Tutoring

The options are virtually limitless in the virtual world!

Become an Online or In-Park Seller

You can find lots of goodies at thrift stores or buy them in bulk online and sell them as you travel or within an RV park or camp if you stop in one.

However, the trick is to buy items that fellow RVers would be interested in such as dried or canned foods, stuffed animals or toys for kids, or items more specialized such as RV-related products like high-gain cellular or Wi-Fi antennas.

RV parts like water filters, light bulbs and other accessories that commonly need replacing are surefire hits. Even big items can be sold via drop shipping to maximize profits.

Freelance Writing—Make Money Sharing Your Experiences

A lot happens on the open road, and there is are infinite tips that can be offered to other travel trailer enthusiasts. So, why not put your fingers and mind to work and pen a few tales sharing your journey and experiences.

Freelance writing is a popular gig, and you can literally write about anything you like as long as someone is willing to read it—and hopefully pay you for it.

If all else seems out of reach, you could always find work on a camp, go into RV sales, or find other pursuits through a site called Workcamper News.

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