I put together 5 ways I have traveled over the last seven years and I hope they give you some inspiration to get out there yourself!
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#Vanlife is new to this generation; a counter-culture whose mission is based around the idea of living more outdoors, being eco-friendly, and often times more affordable than living in an apartment or house. There are different off shots of this culture that are known as Escapees, Escapers, RubberTrampers, Digital Nomads, Snowbirds, Rainbow kids, dirtbags, Overlanders etc. But whatever we like to call ourselves we are by nature nomadic and like living in small spaces that push us to be outside more. People live in anything that has four wheels including SUVs, cars, trucks, campers, trailers, bikes, tents, Class A's, school buses, step vans, ambulances, box trucks and more. Some of us ask if others are "full-timers" or "part-timers" This just means if you have a sticks and bricks(house) home base or if you have sold everything and are always on the road. I have been full time in my van for 2 1/2 years camping, boondocking, stealth camping, driveway surfing, and parking lot hopping. Every place is new and different and I have friends in many states now. The day to day life is interesting and filled with unknowns. I do get frustrated at it times but I find that even after a few months of staying still I need to pick up and keep going. Seasonal and temporary jobs keep me on the road but also your support of my channel. I don't know if I would be still on the road in this capacity if it wasn't for your support and encouragement. I feel honored to have so many people rooting for me to keep at it! Through trials and mechanic problems, sunrises and sunsets this lifestyle change has been a growing experience.