Back in late 90's, I purchased a couple of books. They really were for the very beginner RV'er and didn't give us much information as I expected. Now with the great internet forums and a few Google searches, much better information is out there.
From our 7-yr experience living fulltime in an RV is not much different than living anywhere else. We use a general budget for daily living, including meals at home. Then pull in the slides when it's time to move the condo on wheels to relocate to a new job.
2009 DRV Mobile Suite 38TKSB3 (38RSSB3)....our custom home w/2011 upgrades
2010 Ford F450 KR CC 4x4......his office
Working Fulltimers since 3/2005
"Shoot for the Moon! Even if you miss it, you will land among the Stars."
Bill & Jan Moeller wrote a very concise book on Fulltiming. I believe if you check Amazon for their titles you can find the book there. They covered just about anything you could have a question on.
I think sometimes we forget that the freedoms we have are freedoms not because of celebrities. The freedoms are because of ordinary people who did extraordinary things, who loved this country more than life itself.
Search for blogs. Then zero in on the ones that cover your level of interest. Full timing can mean lots of different things from living in the desert off the grid for weeks at a time to snowbirding for 6 months in a resort.
Tammy Mike & the Bilge Rat (AKA: Diego)
Ford F250 7.3L
1997 Sunnybrook 27' 5er
1995 Gemini Sail Catamaran 34'
Full Time spliting time between boat and 5er
Go to www.hitchitch.com. A WONDERFUL resource from others that are full-timing. I really enjoy reading about everyone's adventures. I hope one day soon everyone will enjoy reading mine!!
2008 Ford F-250 King Ranch 4x4 diesal
2011 Keystone Avalanche 290RL
1 Spoiled Rotten long-haired Chihuahua named "Cricket"
1 Very Sweet West Highland Terrier named Winston
1 Sweetheart of a husband, Charles