Hopefully, you’ve unpacked everything you want easy access to and your RV is feeling like home. So that we don’t let our living space get overwhelmed with clothes, bedding and everything we’ve brought with us, we have a morning routine that will help any family kick off their day staying organized in their home-away-from-home!
Morning Routine for Keeping you RV Tidy
Hopefully, you’ve unpacked everything you want easy access to and your RV is feeling like home. But, we don’t want to let our living space get overwhelmed with clothes, bedding, and everything we’ve brought with us.
Tip One: Store all the Bedding
This might sound obvious but it’s easy to let the morning get away from you before getting the space tidied up. I won’t even have a cup of coffee before all the pillows, blankets, or sleeping bags are stored away. Pick a place in the RV where you’ll store your bedding that you don’t need to get to throughout the day too. If you’re traveling with kids, label a bin just for them so they know that’s where their bedding needs to go.
Tip Two: Covert Your Furniture Back
It’s not enough to just tuck the bedding away – any furniture that was pulled out to create a sleep space needs to be converted back to creating a living space. It’s important to transition your space from a bedroom to a living room both for managing your environment but also for the positive psychological effects of starting the day with everything in order.
Tip Three: Decide on Where You’ll Keep the Trash
Start the day with an empty trash receptor, especially if you’re going to use a small trash can. Trash and recyclables can pile up quickly throughout the day so identify where you’re going to store it, keep a small bin in each room and empty it often.
Tip Four: Prepping the Campsite
After you’ve head breakfast, set up your campsite for the day. If you have a cooler, fill it with ice for your cold drinks and things you’ll want quick access to throughout the day (without having to open the fridge every time). Get your fire pit ready for any cooking or campfires, your chairs and tables set out – anything that will allow you the time to truly relax.