Re: Downside of living aboard
We don't live aboard, but we stay aboard about 4 out of every 7 days from May to Oct, with several straight weeks mixed in and a cruise or two.
When its time to go to work, I go home first, clean up, dress and realign my head toward that other life.
Once (and only once to date), I brought a suit and tie to the boat to shower and go work work directly. Total buzz kill !!!!!! I will never do it again, if I can avoid it. This would be a serious downside to living aboard, pre-retirement.
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