I sold my home and all my belongings to live in an RV with my 2 kids – we were living the ‘American dream’ but it sucked
16th April 2022

IF you had the opportunity to travel the entire country in an RV with your family, would you do it?

Carrie and Travis Cassity made this dream possible when they sold everything they owned and decided to hit the road as a family of four with two kids and a dog in tow.


The couple made the big decision to sell their home and travel across the United States in October of 2020.

They sold their home in Utah, along with 90 percent of their belongings.

They were ready for a change, despite previously living what some would consider 'the American dream.'

"We decided our dream looked a little different," mom Carrie stated in a video detailing the process.

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"Time with our children was fading quickly, and we wanted to capture the moment and make memories before the moment passed."

In a time span of a year and a half, the family managed to visit 37 states, and are hoping to make it to all 50.

On 'moving days' the family packs up to head to a different state. This involves packing up the inside of the RV.

They have to unhook their water power, bring the automatic jacks up,and bring in their slides, which means condensing certain rooms in the RV such as the kitchen and living room.

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They also have to hook their Jeep up to the RV. After they've put it in neutral and got it hooked up, they're ready to hit the road.

When asked on TikTok if the kids – son Tripp and daughter Rylie – miss their friends, the family responded that they regularly travel with other families.

And when it comes to their lifestyle choices, they were met with mixed reactions in the comments, with many people defending them.

"Hey, TikTok it’s not a crime to have money and spend it! Wild, I know," someone stated, defending the couple.

"This is soooo cool I wanna live like this," another praised.

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"Rich or poor, all matters is that you made this happen and those kids must have the most amazing childhood," a positive viewer stated.

Someone reasoned: "Guys they can afford this RV because they owned a house, sold it, and used the money for this (expensive but far less expensive than a house)."




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