Living full-time in an RV does not eliminate the pleasure that is derived from pursuing a favorite hobby or two. There are so many creative ways to enjoy the free time that RV living affords. The RV lifestyle offers many opportunities to explore new hobbies and pastimes or embrace familiar ones. Full-time RV hobby enthusiasts are very passionate about pursuing their hobbies and refuse to allow some space limitations to deter them from achieving maximum satisfaction from their hobbies. Hobbies do not have to be limited to the simple, compact ones with limited supplies. A little creativity and organization ensures successful implementation of any creative hobby or intellectual project.
Knitting and Crocheting
This creative hobby is very easily converted from a home setting to an RV environment. The only supplies needed are needles, yarn, or thread. These can be stored in a compact basket or bag that does not require a lot of space. This is a great hobby for a creative person who is interested in selling some unique items at local arts and crafts fairs or online. It is a great way to turn a hobby into a lucrative profit-making business.
Day trips away from the RV can produce many unique photos of wildlife or nature landscapes. Wildflowers produce colorful photos that are suitable for framing. By downloading photos to a laptop computer, the possibilities are endless. Photo paper, ink cartridges, and framing materials take up little space when stored in a compact plastic container.
Learning New Things
Aspiring authors can find several writing courses available online for improving grammar or spelling skills. Many websites on the Internet hire writers to produce short articles for online publication and be paid for writing them. Many people want to learn a foreign language to better understand other cultures or be able to communicate on trips abroad. Interactive software programs for the computer help achieve this goal.
Painting in watercolors or oils may appeal to talented, creative people who may not have had time in the past to pursue this pleasurable hobby. The space required for the supplies, which include watercolor and oil paints, brushes, art paper, and a palette is minimal. Also, this hobby can produce marketable products. Starving artist shows, flea markets, and local arts and crafts shows provide a profitable outlet for amateur artists. Painting provides hours and hours of pleasurable activity.