Your Life Calling: Trading cubicles for picnic benches

Every few weeks, we spotlight a story about reinvention with Jane Pauley's Your Life Calling segment on the Today Show.
We've mentioned this before - but we're sensing a theme: the events of September 11, 2001 marked a watershed moment for many of us. In Trudy Lundgren's case, it was the impetus to finally buy the RV she and her partner had been eyeing, and take her work on the road. Lundgren hasn't retired - far from it - but she works from different states, parks, cafes, anywhere the RV is parked that day.
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