By committing to the van movement, people are making major
life decisions. Quitting jobs. Cancelling leases. Emptying their parents’ bank
accounts. Everything in exchange for a nomadic #VanLife on four wheels.
Of course, like every life path, this one has its ups and
downs as well. What about that endless WIFI? Or that dishwasher? Putting your
wanderlust in charge of your life has its toll. If you are willing, however, to
endure a surprise breakdown of your mobile home hundreds of miles away from
civilization in the pouring rain, maybe showering in a Starbucks bathroom isn’t
that bad either? Scroll down to meet people who are committed to the VanLife.
2Gotta stay entertained
3The cold can definitely be a challenge when living in a van
4Enjoying the freedom to it's fullest
5I'm in love with this wonderful wooden Cabin built on a truck
6This skoolie conversion offers a 360-degree view of the diversity of our planet
7I made a new friend in the produce section of whole foods in Reno
8Self-built skoolie. This is on the next level
9Which one is your favourite interior shot
10The most exciting parts about building a van are planning the layout
11Before and after
12One of my favourite things about this build is the table
13With a little creativity and inspiration, anything is possible in a small space
14Do you travel with pets?
15A beyond awesome DIY built
16The skylights are open and the sun is streaming in
17It is easier to go down a hill than up, but the view is from the top
18Who's ready to experience what it's like to build your own home on wheels without having to spend thousands on a real van
19Is this an RV or a campervan or both?
20Making use of every inch so you could fit a kitchen, dining table, bed, bookshelf, and cabinets in a tiny space
21Kalbarri is such a beautiful spot with so much to explore. I’ll never get tired of afternoons like these. Feeling very grateful to be on this adventure with my two crazy boys