Van Life is becoming more and more common, especially with travelers. You quickly learn that travel is an expensive hobby to have, and that to have the best experiences you need to afford to pay for them, and before you know it you’re sharing a room with nine other people or…living in a van. Here are the nine things I’ve learned from my first week living the van life.
With the freedom to create your own adventure every day it's no wonder #vanlife is so hot right now. That's why hundred's of people all over the world are quitting their 9-5's, selling off all their possessions and trading in their brick and mortar home for a home on wheels. If all this sounds like living the Vanstagram dream to you here's some practical advice that we learned the hard way.
Calum and Lauren, the brains behind creative agency Stokedeversince, road trip around Europe in their VW, adventuring, writing, and creating some pretty beautiful content. "The van has been the vessel to take us away from the mundane, familiar roads of home. There is a way it smells inside: surf wax, pine, salt water."
I shared a while back that we bought aa Ford Transit van and we have slowly been converting it into a camper van for our family adventures. Back in June I shared some of the process and today I thought
At long last, the van garden is complete! Constructed with reclaimed wood pallets and nothing but hand tools, this veggie garden is already growing enough lettuce to feed a small family. The van functions surprisingly well as a greenhouse, and I'm hoping to be able to grow enough produce to provide a few meals a week. Missing my front seat already though, anybody got a lawn chair they wanna get rid of? #vanlife