There’s something magical about embracing a lifestyle and mentality of freedom. As a twenty or thirty-something adult, you don’t want to find yourself shackled by regimented thinking. The world is what you make of it and you have dreams to chase.
But somehow, those dreams you wanted to chase — they’re elusive as you find yourself in a hamster wheel of work and sleep, without the freedom to live the life you wanted. There are bills to pay and things that you must do inhibiting your desire for freedom.
So what’s a twenty or thirty-something to do? Throw in the towel? Give up on their dreams of freedom with all its chance at adventure?
You only have one shot at this independent phase in your life — standing in between the time of childhood and dependency and the time of having a family of your own, dependent on you.
Finding freedom in your 20s and 30s: life in a mobile home
But please don’t misread our thoughts here. We’re not looking down on dependence as a child or having others depend on you as a mother or father. These are all beautiful roles to take on in the appropriate season of life.
However, you’re not there yet. And that’s OK. There’s a place to be fully independent. Just as you’ll never be a child again, you’ll never again be a twenty or thirty-something adult. You’ve only got one shot at this phase in your life. Why not make the most of it?
Say hello to the mobile home. Life in a mobile home will prove the springboard for your dreams of freedom.
How living in a mobile home exudes freedom
To say that a mobile home is a one-stop shop to freedom is ridiculous. But to say that it’s part of the goal of embracing freedom is a good way to put it.
Here, in the following sections, we’ll explain why that mobile home life brings freedom to the forefront of your life.
Affordability beats the strong grip of debt
Finding freedom is more than chasing after your dreams. Freedom meets reality when you can afford housing and thereby evade a tremendous amount of debt.
What good is it to find yourself in a home with your freedoms stripped of you? That’s not living.
In a mobile home, you’re looking at a quality home that can be acquired at a reasonable cost.
Less is more
For twenty and thirty-somethings, the minimalist “less is more” mentality is taking the world by storm. Minimalism can seamlessly become part of the mobile home life. After all, mobile homes can come in small sizes, perfect for the independent person who wishes to keep life simple.
Do you know of the tiny home trend that’s getting a bit of attention these days? You could get yourself a mobile home with a small footprint to achieve many of the benefits of a tiny home life with a big impact.
If you have the space for it, why not set up part of your mobile home as an AirBnB? Maybe you can set up the master bedroom and bathroom as a rental space. This is a great way to cultivate some financial freedom as you develop an extra source of income through your mobile home. After all, if it’s just you at home, use the space for it.
Don’t be afraid of a used mobile home
As it is, a mobile home is an affordable investment. But you can take the savings further by taking on a used mobile home that’s in good condition. Shop around and see if you like what you see.
Don’t forget it’s all about mindset
To say that finding freedom will happen by living in a mobile home would be deceptive. You can have all the freedom-inspiring ducks in a row but find yourself in a mental box.
Freedom is all about mindset. If you see yourself as trapped and limited, you’re not free. You could be walking around with the freedom to chase your dreams but be limited by self-imposed barriers.
Embrace a mindset that is free to do good, try new things, and see the world with fresh eyes — regardless of circumstances and you’ll live life to the fullest. It’s all about enjoying the journey.
For some tips and tricks on saving up for your mobile home investment, we have your back. There are ways to reach your goals in good time. It’s all about patience coupled with determination.