Today I will finish up what's working and what's not working on my 3 month anniversary of going full-time.
Things that I'm still working on.
1---- I still have feelings of missing my home, and my previous life. As time passes my memories of the good times get stronger and memories of the things that I didn't like start to fade away. When I start missing my old life I kind of forget about how cold it was where I lived, and how that many months that cold lasted. Memories are fading about having to evacuate twice because of forest fires in the area. I can barely remember the outrageous property taxes that I had to pay every year,... actually I'm joking I remember that clear as a bell. But I do have to remind myself that I left there for several reasons, and yes one of the reasons was I no longer had the income to support that kind of lifestyle anymore, but other reasons were not things that MADE me leave but things that made me WANT to leave, did I mention the cold ? Forest fires were an ever present danger because my house was 50 feet from the national forest, and the forest service stopped maintaining the national forest decades ago which made forest fires more common, and harder to put out than in the past. I also had serious problems as to how the State of Colorado was being run, but I won't get started on that or I'll be sitting at this computer for the rest of the day. 2--- meals are a problem for me, the problem being that I can't cook, don't like to cook, and don't like cleaning up the mess that the cooking makes. This means that I usually end up opening a can of something and heating it up. This problem is made worse by being a solo traveler, it's really hard to cook for one. Now if I were staying in RV parks I would probably eat out a lot and that would solve the problem, but Boondocking like I do it's usually not worth the drive. I know I've got to find a way to eat better healthier meals, [last night I had popcorn and Oreos for dinner] but so far this problem has not been solved.
There are other small annoyances in my life that don't bother me very much but these are the two major things that I really need to work on. But one thing I do when my problems start to bother me is I go outside and look at where I'm living.