This is a converted school bus that Sarah Szymczak, her husband Ed, and their four kids live in.
Sarah says, “I never thought we would own a school bus. Yet, it does not surprise me that we do. We’re always up for an adventure, always open to venturing outside of the norm. Two creative parents. Four fun loving kiddos. And a whole lot of wild and crazy dreaming.”
I hope you enjoy learning how this family converted an old school bus into a fun, crafty and cozy tiny home for six! So I’ll let Sarah take you on their journey to school bus living below.
We want our children, our family, to be grounded in a lifestyle that isn’t about the next big purchase, but rather the next experience that feeds the core of who we are. So, we bought a bus. Here’s how that happened…
Please enjoy, learn more and re-share below. Thank you!
Family of 6 Living Tiny in Converted School Bus
Images © Simply Mothering
My husband came home from his clinic shift one evening (he’s in his 5th and final year as a naturopathic medical school student) with a kitchen sink…for the bus that we had yet to own at that point. Three weeks later, we purchased our new-to-us bus through an online government auction and drove it home. Why?
There were a few reasons for choosing the bus. The adventure and simplicity of bus living was at the forefront. What an experience for our family! We also own a home in MN (we live in Seattle, WA) and rent a home here. The cost of converting a bus to a tiny home is less than what we pay for a year’s worth of rent and utilities here, so we figured.. why not?
It’s a financially responsible move that allows us the freedom to focus on life experiences. We also thought that during my husband’s last year of medical school it would be wonderful to move to the community we plan to open his practice in (and an offer to park our bus home on some land in the VERY place we planned to move, came up during our first week of bus talk – oh how I do love when intentions manifest in ways we least expect!).
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