Considering a luxury RV in my early years would have been inconceivable.
My parents were poor and my going to university was in no way a sure ticket to success or wealth of any kind.
I pushed myself harder than most would find comfortable, but I told myself at one point that failure simply wasn’t an option. I had family members that were relying on me to make something of myself with whatever skills I could learn over the years. I was encouraged to attend college and find a respectable career that would make sure I was stuck in poverty like so many before me in my family. Now I have a small business of my own and several employees as well. It feels great knowing that I have enough money laying around where I can get an RV for traveling without worrying how I’m going to make the payments and clear the loan in the end. On top of that, some of the newer RVs are gorgeous luxury models that make some 5-star hotel rooms seem quant by comparison. My new RV has an air purification system inside to ensure that the air is as clean as possible. Whenever you open a window or a door, you’re letting in outdoor air. If you’re like my mother or I, you’ll be affected by airborne allergies whenever they get into the RV. That’s what makes the RV’s air purifier so important. We can’t prevent outdoor air from getting inside the RV, but at least the air purifier does its best job at filtering this air as soon as it gets to the interior. Without the RV’s air purifier running, the air quality wouldn’t be nearly as good inside while traveling down the highway or when we’re parked and trying to sleep.