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Karissa has been working remotely for four years, so when she sold her new car, she was able to purchase her Dodge Promaster van and hit the road just like she’d always dreamed!

With the help of a friend, she outfitted the interior with a hand-painted mural, kitchenette with IKEA cabinets, and plenty of room for all her surfboards. She chose a smaller van to make it easy to park anywhere, and says for one person (and her two large dogs), it’s just the right fit.

As long as she has wifi, she can keep up this lifestyle while it fits her, and it’s a real dream come true! Make sure to watch the full video tour with Tiny Home Tours below, and follow Karissa on Instagram.

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Woman and Her Two Dogs Surfing the Coasts: Van Life

Remote Work & Travel from her Promaster Van

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It’s easy to look at vanlifers and skoolie conversions and get discouraged that you just don’t have the funds to get a large vehicle or the know-how to fix it up. Meg and Ben managed to get on the road spending only $400 on their renovation of an outdated travel trailer — and as long as it’s short enough, you can easily pull one like this with an SUV.

The end result is a bright and lovely home that they renovated in only a few weeks! Meg said they had little to no experience, but by the end they were able to rely on YouTube tutorials to sew chair covers, put up tile, and lay flooring — and you can do the same. They even painted the exterior a stunning blue color.

They’ve both loved escaping the corporate grind and getting closer to Ben’s indigenous roots. Watch their full tour with Tiny Home Tours below. You can follow Meg and Ben over at @blackwolfwanderers on Instagram.

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Escaping the Corporate Grind in their $400 Trailer Reno

Black Wolf’s Travel Trailer Reno: Just $400!

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Now here is some super tiny living! Captains Kate and Nate live aboard their Hunter 28.5, which feels quite similar to van-size on the inside.

While it has everything they need — a stove, galley, bathroom and sleeping quarters — it’s pretty snug! Just proof that you can live with less than you think, and enjoy the open water.

The couple were flipping sailboats they buy at auction in Florida, but now charter their boat to Alaskan vacationers. You can plan a charter experience with them here. Be sure to check out the video tour of their sailboat with Tiny Home Tours below.

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Alaskan Sailboat Life in a Hunter 28.5

Captains Kate and Nate’s Sailboat Life and Charter Business

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It took a pandemic to make Julie’s dream of living tiny a reality, but now she and her four special needs rescue dogs live in her 2018 Gulfstream Vintage Cruiser, and her second redone vintage trailer that’s her yoga studio.

I love the idea of the second trailer, because it doesn’t need electricity or plumbing, but gives you room to really stretch and relax that’s missing in many littler tinies and RVs.

Enjoy the awesome video tour and interview with Julie done by Tiny Homes Tours below! Let us know what you think in the comments.

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Pet Sanctuary and Yoga Studio in Two Vintage RVs

She Converted Two Vintage Trailers into Her Tiny Home Oasis

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When an engineer with a love of boating approached Minimaliste to create a custom Noyer for him, he had a lot of ideas regarding what he wanted, and the end result is a gorgeous top-of-the-line tiny with all the amenities.

Trash compactor? Check. Washer AND dryer? Check. “Smart” toilet? Check. You’ll also find a dishwasher, 7 foot-long drawers, and one of the niftiest showers ever in this 10×32 tiny house on wheels.

While not all of us would need the extras in this home (I’m not sure I even want a remote-control toilet), it’s cool to see a design that makes it all happen! Check out the video tour from Minimaliste below.

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Trash Compactor, Smart Toilet and Dishwasher in the Noyer V4

Custom Noyer Model Minimaliste

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Philip & Jackie wanted a tiny house with tons of windows, and Tiny Idahomes delivered just that! Hopefully they have an awesome private spot to put their THOW with great views.

Inside they have the most amazing u-shaped kitchen with lovely robin’s egg blue cabinets. They opted for a loft bedroom, and even had unique stained glass sconces installed next to the bed. The bathroom features a neat leaf-shaped sink.

You can get all the specs after the photo tour. The home, as shown, cost $68,722, but the standard model starts at $46K.

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Amazing Window Views in this Clear Creek THOW!

Philip & Jackie’s Window-Filled Tiny Idahome THOW

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