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Doug and Lisa Kasefang are a married couple in their 50s who sold nearly all of their possessions to buy an RV and travel full-time while taking seasonal jobs to make ends meet. Their lifestyle, known as “workamping,” is growing popular among people reaching traditional retirement age. For those considering taking it up, TODAY financial editor Jean Chatzky has tips on downsizing.