Meet the German couple, Yurena and Philipp, who are about to hit the road and travel through France, Spain and then Portugal where they'll hop on a ferry to the Canary Islands. They will island hop their way to their final destination, Tenerife, where they plan live by the sea and soak up the local way of life. Read how they have prepped for this long haul and learn how to get back to living a simpler kind of life - "Volver a lo Simple".
Meet Nikki and Alex who live in their self-converted camper van named Captain Olivia Benson, Manhattan SVU (yes, she has a full name). If you asked them how they first met, they'd tell you.. "during someone else's Tinder date." If you asked them to name one of their favorite things about living in a van, they'd say... "being able to reach the fridge while laying in bed." Nikki and Alex will surely make you crack a smile as they take you on their vanlife journey while also giving you some critical advice that you won't want to miss!
Having recently hiked 900 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail, Sarah and Jess are no strangers to being on the move. Inspired my the concept of living minimally, they chose to transform a 70sqft Sprinter cargo van into their new mobile home named "Lin Vanuel." In this interview, Sarah and Jess openly discuss the good, the bad and the ugly of the often glamorized "Vanlife." Added BONUS: cute photos of Oliver, their golden retriever co-pilot.
How two adventurous Canadians found freedom in their new nomadic lifestyle and gained perspective on what really matters in life. Along the way, they learned how to convert a van into a home, created a youtube channel, started a blog, wrote a book, and now through their van conversion business help other dreamers get on the road. Get all the deets in their "On the Move" interview.
How an auditor convinced her corporate manager to let her work remotely and follow her love of travel. She then sold her 2-story home, moved into a converted Ford Transit and set out to visit all 50 states with her two furry companions. Step into a day on the road with Kristin Holden as she tells us about her triumphs and struggles as a solo female traveler and how she learned to get comfortable with the uncomfortable.
At age 24, Holly Williams decided to make a big change in her life and leave her sleepy hometown on Long Island, buy a 2001 school bus on Ebay, and travel the USA while doing what she loves best, creating badass art. Hunkered down during the pandemic in Moab, Utah, Holly agreed to tell us about everything from overcoming the naysayers that told her she "couldn't do it" to surviving a bus breakdown on one of the busiest bridges in NYC.