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This Family Has Been Nomadic for 6 Years!


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The “Wanderprenuers” hit the road six years ago, thinking they’d only live nomadically for a few months or maybe a year and then return to their standard suburban lifestyle in Atlanta. But after only two months, Lauren told her husband Aaron that she didn’t want to return!

Since then, they’ve developed content and online businesses that allow them to work and travel, and they have perfected online homeschooling for their teens and tweens. Enjoy the tour of their fifth-wheel conversion, and let us know what you like most!

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Parents, Teen & Tween in 5th Wheel RV

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Their kitchen includes an amazing double-door refrigerator.

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The “wallpaper” is black sticker triangles!

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They changed out the King for a Queen bed to offer more space.

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VIDEO: 6 Years of Full-Time RV Life – Families 5th Wheel Tiny Home

Highlights:

  • Lauren, Casen, Calista, and Aaron embraced full-time RV living six years ago, and they’ve never returned to their suburban life!
  • They took out the old sofa and replaced it with something that seats all four of them, and then got a larger table that works better for their needs.
  • For work, Lauren is a full-time content creator and Aaron does website design. Starlink makes it all possible!
  • They took the couch out of the bunk room and added a floor bed instead. The kids have a huge closet as well.
  • In the main bedroom, they added a nice fold-down desk for Aaron to do his work from home.

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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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