Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Keeping New Years Resolutions

We’re a month into the new year, and keeping those New Year’s resolutions is becoming a lot more difficult. And maintaining resolutions can seem even tougher if you’re traveling in your RV. These simple tips are geared to help you stay on track while you’re on the road this year.
Keep Healthy Food on Hand
If your resolution was to be healthier in 2015, you may think your plans flew out the window when you hit the road in your RV. Although, eating healthy on the road is probably easier than you think. Keep healthy snacks, like fresh fruit, vegetables, and homemade sandwiches on hand, so you don’t wind up stopping at fast food restaurants or eating unhealthy gas station treats.
Use the RV Lifestyle to Your Advantage
Staying active is easy when you live the RV lifestyle. Every time you stop, you have a new destination to explore. Use your RV lifestyle as an excuse to get out and explore on foot or bike in 2015. A daily walk, run or exercise routine is far more exciting when you’re in a new environment.
Make Travel Plans Now
If your resolution was to travel more in 2015, resolve to make a travel plan today. Don’t wait any longer before you book your next RV vacation, or your next anticipated getaway could fall by the wayside. Call a campground you’ve been wanting to visit, whether near or far, and set a reservation date today. A reservation will set your travel planning in motion and force you to stay on track.
Put Your Goals on Paper
No matter what your resolution for 2015 may be, the best way to stay on track is to put your goal on paper. Research from the Dominican University of California shows that people who write their goals down are much more likely to reach them than those who simply make mental notes.
Find Inspiration at CCRV
CCRV is your one-stop RV shop right here in Corpus Christi. Whether it’s your old RV or some lingering RV repairs that are holding you back from hitting the road, we’re here to help you get back on the roads safely in 2015.
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