“I didn’t move into the van to be in a VAN. I moved into the van to be in the WORLD in more intimate and profound ways,” Rachel said.
After some other plans fell through and the pandemic hit, the stars aligned for Rachel to start #vanlife. She only owns what she could fit in the van, and she used the time during the end of her lease to really evaluate what she used daily and what she could part with.
Like many vanlifers, she works remotely and has a simple pop-up desk system to complement her pop up shower system! Watch the video from Tiny Home Tours to see more.
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She Used Sticky Notes to Prepare Herself to Downsize!
She had a company do most of the build, but added her own touches once she was on the road.
As you can see, she has lots of garage space!
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