Camille’s grandparents taught her to “go to school, get a job, and buy a house”—which is exactly what she did until she walked away from a twenty-year career in corporate America.
In the past two years, she and her husband, Bryce, have been full-time RV nomads, traveled 24,000 miles, and visited 30 states—all while learning how to create income streams, re-invent themselves, and stay married in 240 square feet.
In addition to their website, More Than A Wheelin’, Camille leveraged her background in career development and counseling to create Remote Work School, to teach nomad hopefuls how to work remotely. Additionally, she co-founded Blogging Camp (in partnership with 3 other RV nomads), a coaching program for rapid blog success. Camille and Bryce have also experimented with income streams like options trading, freelance writing, contract and consulting work, and recently, Camille partnered with a staffing agency to help place nomads into remote jobs.
Some episode highlights:
- 3:30 – Camille on slowing down her fast-paced life
- 6:08 – Trading Corporate America for North America
- 10:50 – An emotional journey
- 14:25 – Finding work and starting a business on the road
- 21:50 – More than a Wheelin’s rig of choice
- 25:00 – Involvement in the upcoming “RV Nomads” film
- 28:18 – Overcoming obstacles
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Finding remote work
In addition to creating Remote Work School, Camille has many articles and resources for finding remote work on the More Than A Wheelin’ website. She teaches about skills required for remote jobs and even how to tailor your resume for remote positions.
The emotional journey of RVing
Camille is also passionate about sharing the emotional journey of RVing. Living full-time in an RV may be a dream come true for many people, but that doesn’t mean that it is always easy. Full-time RVing comes with its own ups and downs, just like any other lifestyle. In her Emotional Journey Facebook group, she has created a supportive community for full-timers (either gearing up, in transition, or already full-timing) who are adjusting to a major life change.
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Camille is my favorite! Thanks for interviewing her!!!!