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If you enjoy reading, writing, playing music, yoga, climbing, surfing, or anything you can enjoy without technology and by yourself, then the van life offers a chance to explore those hobbies and cultivate new ones. Some people have expressed that living on the road seems like a lonely life — never settling in one spot and making friends. But that idea is so wrong! You see, when you meet others on the road, you already have a lot in common.
When you DO have a connection with people you encounter, you skip all the surface crap and dive deep, getting to the good stuff. Honestly, this is the most important question to ask yourself if you are considering a mobile lifestyle. Are you cut out for the vanlife?
Comment below and let us know! We would love to hear your responses. We all have things that seem to hold us back in life. Diagnosed with Crohn's Disease, Pete writes about why he isn't letting his condition control the way he lives his life.
Check out this blog post to learn how passive income can help sustain your traveling lifestyle. From September to November , we traveled from the east coast to the west coast, and then back to the east coast again. We traveled the width of the country twice in only three months and it was insane… insanely awesome.
Read all about it here! We caught up with a couple of our vanlife friends, Matt and Ali, who share insights on their expenses while living on the road. In this post, they share an extremely detailed list of their expenses over a two month period traveling from coast to coast with the intention of helping others financially prepare to live their dreams! Read more about this legendary trip here! The beautiful countryside and vibrant cultures of Ireland may be next on your vanlife bucketlist!
Check out this blog post to see why Ireland is ideal for traveling across in a van. We're sharing 8 lessons we've learned while traveling both internationally and on the road here in the U. We get asked about how we make vanlife work with a large dog like Snoop.
Here's how we make sure Snoop loves living the vanlife as much as we do and some tips and tricks on how to make living on the road with a dog possible. I knew deep down that I needed to make some big decisions. I was just so tired, and well, scared to death. But, after my third car accident in a year and a half — the third being in my own driveway, reality struck hard in the form of a fence, a rubbish bin, a couple of metal poles, and a trailer. Things really did need to change.
The universe was sending me a very clear sign. It was telling me to stop — now! After a few months of feeling down and out and sorry for myself, I enrolled in a mindfulness program in order to bring my stress levels down and to confront my demons — or rather, myself.
This forced me to embark on some intensive self-analysis, and to actually make time to sit down and tune in to my mind, my body, and my spirit. As it turns out, they had been screaming at me for a very long time to stop! A funny thing happens when you start to tune in to your mind, your body, and your spirit, using them to guide you in your life.
Change starts to happen. Your world begins to shift. New opportunities open up, and new people come into your life. It is so easy to get caught up in what we think we should be doing, in what others think we should be doing, in the fear of something, of anything …but, I tell you this: it is never too late to change.
All you need to do is to look deep within yourself and really listen — it is then you will to find the answers you are looking for. Photo by saigerowe. After a year career in Project Management, she decided to leave the corporate world to start her own business and pursue her passion for writing and travel. Janine is now an advocate for mental health due to her personal experiences, and hopes to combat stigma and to help others through sharing her story and helping others to live an authentic and balanced life.
It was only when I looked inwards that I could finally make a change. Nice write-up! Glad you liked it : It certainly is never too late. Sometimes we have to back-pedal a bit, and most of the times we need to keep reminding ourselves of our limits but also of what is most important — our health!
My wife and I were both project managers and left our careers after nearly a decade of work experience. So we took off also to explore what makes us happy. I could so see us traveling the world — me writing, him working on his art. There is the minor issue of money though!!! I was in the corporate world for 30 years and really did not understand what I was missing in life until I left.
If that is one lesson I have learned it is never too late to change and the sooner a person does their own self analysis the sooner they can begin to lean in the direction that the want to fulfil their life. Thanks for the post.
Hey Leslie, I am so glad you found it inspirational. Just to know others are or have been in your shoes can help so much! It can be done! It just takes work and change…which can be scary personally, and to those who love us. Hang in there! Janine x. Jannie, thanks for sharing your story. I find it very interesting? How do you align them? I hope my question doesnt sound silly. Thanks in advance.
In a way, being mindful has helped me to really tune in and see how my mind and body are interrelated, how external factors trigger reactions in both, and so on. Overall this has then helped me to become so much more peaceful — although I still have my moments.
Mindfulness is a lifetime practice! Hi Janine and thank you for this. I, too, have needed life to knock me over at times to see that I was working or living or doing something unhealthy.
Last year, in November, I was laid off, and though it has been and is scary, it is a blessing. Change at any age is tough, yet at 66 I am excited. Think about surprise repairs, old vans tend to have problems.
Hell, oil changes. Can you do them yourself? He almost never stays in campsites. How bad do you really need that beer at the end of the day? Unless you plan these things out, it adds up fast. But how and where are you going to keep those groceries?
And does your van have the means to cook every morning and night comfortably? But who wants to stay underneath florescent lights in the middle of a city every night?
Rest stops? Get a map, or download one. Learn to get to your campsite before sundown. Matt McDonald writes about this topic brilliantly.
You should check it out. You can surely park your van in a nice looking neighborhood, but keep in mind that living in a vehicle, by definition, makes you homeless. Residents of that nice looking neighborhood are well within their rights to ask you to leave or call the police.
They will call the cops. People tend to ask menaces to leave. In order to avoid the 3 a. Data is expensive here in the states. So when you have internet, use part of your web browsing time to plan out your moves. Use them and feel free to contribute when you find a spot of your own. Once upon a time, we were racing to the Northern California coast to find a place to sleep before sundown. It was raining, as it often does in Northern Cali.
I was driving. While cruising through the woods, I spotted a particularly pretty beam of light. I stopped the van and reversed excitedly thinking of the photos we could shoot in that light. Another time, I got back from a surf to find a flat tire that we then needed to patch up.
Tragic, I know. Soon after the van had a funky smell and we needed to investigate. Other times the problems are an easy fix. Those random happenings are great and they do happen, but planning gives me a sense of purpose.
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