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Maybe people here work remote jobs from their rigs and would like to share their workstation setup. I am always looking for ideas on how to setup a designated area to work from. We are currently in the market for a new (to us) rig and are looking for inspiration. We looked at a 30 foot CLass C Jayco and a 31 foot Class AThor A.C.E Currently we have a 25 foot THor Freedom Elite and I have a setup that works but its kind of a pain to set up take down. This is my current setup
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I would really value hearing some advice about working an "office" job in an RV (especially with a young family, though I know this is probably less common). Our Story... Facts: We are planning to start full-timing later this year in a 2015 Jayco Eagle Premier 375BHFS. I plan to be working at least 20 hours a week on the road / in campgrounds. My wife and I have two small children, which will make this more interesting. I'll probably want to have at least one place to set up a 21.5" iMac (I'm kind of wishing I had ordered the VESA mount version of the iMac... but nothing I can do about that now except possibly trade it in). Also have a small 13" laptop that I should be able to accomplish a good chunk of work from. Here are some ideas we've had so far: Top candidate is to use the TV space at the end of the bed (as seen in the attached floor plan image) for a standup computer desk (doubting there is room for a sit-stand) I have heard of people exploring using the washer-dryer space in RV bedrooms before – the only thing of course is that we may want to have an actual washer-dryer there (not sure yet). We could probably rig up a sit-stand desk in this space if we sacrificed the W/D. I've even considered of sometimes using the outdoor kitchen as a standing desk option, since we probably won't keep the included microwave out there – this would of course be only some of the time, if at all (might be a pipe dream) If the kids are off hiking or just playing outside, or even in the bunkhouse for an extended period of time, then I can probably get away with working in the common area of the FW. Lastly, also considering setting up in the truck sometimes with the laptop on the dashboard or something. Thanks!