Living in an RV can be fun for a week long camping trip, but most families wouldn’t consider living in one all year long. Heather Harger, from nomuck.com, and her family do just that, though, and they seem to make it work.
Harger recently uploaded a video to her family’s website, called nomuck.com, where she showed viewers the inside of her family’s RV. She informs viewers that the family keeps only what they need, and they have quite a few pieces of furniture that serve dual purposes.
They have decorated their RV so that it looks more like a home rather than a standard camper. There are decorative lights, vibrant bed spreads, colorful pillows, and the walls have even been painted to add a touch of flare. The family also has an outdoor picnic area, bunk beds for their four children, a fully-equipped kitchen, a family room, and much more.
They also use one corner of their RV as a place for their children to do schoolwork, since all of them are home-schooled. To make things even more interesting, Harger’s oldest son has eosinophilic esophagitis, which means that he is allergic to a lot of different foods and must follow a very strict diet. But this doesn’t stop them from following their dreams.
On their website, Heather describes her family as crazy and radical. She says that they left their comfortable lifestyle in a large suburban home to move to South Africa in order to pursue their dream of revitalizing many of the communities there. Heather says that their goal is to break the poverty cycle and transform the people and communities of a country that is suffering.