When camping and RVing, I don't like to take expensive wine or martini glasses because let's face it, accidents happen. Not to mention the fact that cleaning up glass in an RV - or outside in the campground - can be a nightmare. Fortunately, there are some nice non-glass options for wine glasses as well as even martini glasses that can survive a fall without breaking … [Read more...] about Best Wine & Martini Glasses for RVing, Camping & Glamping
If you are like me, you are hesitant to drill holes in your RV walls, especially ones that are exterior walls. I worry about what I might be drilling through and whether it is secure enough. But while command hooks are pretty useful, you may not realize there are a wide array of adhesive items ready-made that don't require drilling or screws of any kind and many are rated for … [Read more...] about No Drilling Adhesive Items for Your RV… No Drilling Needed!
I am a huge fan of using reusable shopping bags both in the RV and at home. But I find them kind of disorganized because I end up finding random shopping bags in their little pouches everywhere in the RV except where I need them to be when I'm heading to the grocery store. And they just seemed to add to the clutter in a tiny RV. But for me, not using reusable grocery bags … [Read more...] about Storing Reusable Shopping Grocery Bags in the RV
I am always looking for ways to save space in the RV while not losing too many of the comforts of home. And one of the biggest problems was too many of the kitchen appliances I use at home are just too bulky and heavy to keep in the RV... then I discovered these brand new mini appliances! See how perfect they would be when you need to save space? They would actually … [Read more...] about Guide to Mini Appliances for RV Living & Cooking
We have all heard stories of an RV fridge or freezer that was accidentally left closed over the winter, and the mess it leaves behind. Even a fridge that is perfectly cleaned can end up with mold and mildew inside while left closed for even a few weeks when it is turned off. I used to just place a sheet or towel over door to hold it open, but I would run into problems where … [Read more...] about Clip to Hold RV Refrigerator Doors Open While Stored
I have been busy organizing my RV - with only three kitchen drawers, space is at a premium to fit everything I need to. Here are two great organizing things I picked up to ease the storage woes for my kitchen. These dish holders are amazing. They work with both paper plates and bowls (which I need to use while boondocking to conserve water) or with dishes such as … [Read more...] about Organizing Your Dishes and Cutlery in Your RV
Since most RVs now feature an induction cooktop for safety reasons, many have tea kettles that will not work in their RV, or they want to replace a separate electric kettle for a stovetop version to both save power and to save space in a smaller RV. And there is nothing like a hot cup of tea during a cold night. Tea kettles are also practical. They can be used to heat … [Read more...] about Best Induction Tea Kettles for RVs
My RV only has 3 drawers in the kitchen, and since I store a lot of food in those drawers as well, space is at a premium! I had been using a traditional cutlery tray - the same Rubbermaid style that everyone seems to use. And it takes up half that coveted space in the drawer, which is not ideal when every inch counts. I came across this brilliant cutlery storage and it is … [Read more...] about Great Space Saving Cutlery Storage Idea for RVs
If you love your Keurig at home, you may take your home Keurig machine with you on the go. But since most household Keurigs are fairly large, many RVers invest in one of the smaller models for space issues, as well as because some of the smaller ones have a smaller power draw if bookdocking or on the road. Plus while the pods might not be the best environmental option (even … [Read more...] about Which Keurig Machine is Best for RVing?
If you love your espresso as much as I do, not having espresso or needing to rely on finding a coffee shop daily is a big issue, especially for boondocking trips with nary a local coffee shop in sight. But espresso machines are typically heavy and large, such as the Breville machine I use at home. So I wanted an espresso option that didn't require something bulky to try and … [Read more...] about How to Make Espresso in an RV