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35-Year-Old Gives Up Corporate Job for VanLife


Like so many other Americans, Heidi was trapped in the 9 to 5, working hard to climb the ladder and get ahead. But when she started listening to van life and travel podcasts, she quickly realized that her life was never-changing, and she felt stuck.

So, she quit her job and bought a van! Her conversion isn’t super complicated, but it’s classy and meets her needs. Her purple bedding, green storage bench and faux ivy make her home perfect for her exploration to all the national parks. Enjoy the tour below.

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Purple & Green Simple and Stealthy Promaster Conversion

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The exterior of her van is rather stealthy.

35-Year-Old Gives Up Corporate Job for VanLife

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And the purple and green inside is lovely!

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VIDEO: She Traded Corporate American for Van Life

Highlights:

  • Climbed the corporate ladder for 10 years
  • Started listening to vanlife podcasts
  • Realized her life was never changing!
  • Decided to get her 2014 Promaster and convert it
  • Uses a huge Jackery for power
  • Small Amazon refrigerator
  • Bench for clothing storage
  • Full-size bed fits her perfectly

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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