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When their lease was close to expiring, Hannah and Danny knew they had no desire to renew it, but also weren’t sure about their next move. That’s when they landed on a bus conversion! Both of them quit their jobs, so they could work full-time on the bus conversion (they’ve since gotten travel/remote work).

The bus is gorgeous, with a spacious kitchen and a great back-of-the-bus design with a side-by-side bed and bathroom that allows for a spacious shower. In the front of the bus, there’s an L-shaped couch that doubles as a guest bed, and a special puppy corner for their dog! What do you think?

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They Quit Their Jobs to Try #BusLife!

Couple & Dog in Teal DIY Skoolie 3

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Nick and Harri are a 23-year-old British couple who graduated from university in 2020, just in time for the world to close down. They decided vanlife would be the best way to make lemonade out of lemons. After traveling in Europe, they decided to come to the US and build out a bus in just one month!

They enjoyed the bus until their visa ran out, and they recently sold it and moved back to the UK, where they are renovating yet another van! Enjoy the video tour of their great space below.

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Their Brilliant Budget Bus Conversion!

UK Couple Renovated this Bus in 1 month for US Tour 2

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Libre and Stephen are long-distance hikers who wanted the freedom of a different kind of life — so they got a school bus and transformed it into their full-time home — and Libre’s tattoo parlor!

The bus has a mini rooftop deck, a back deck, and a bathroom in the back so the shower and toilet could be in the same space. A queen bed gives the couple plenty of space to share with their dog and cat co-travelers. What do you think?

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Long Distance Hikers in Their Skoolie w/ Back Deck

Tatoo Artist’s Epic Raised-Roof Rig. 3

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What would you do if you found out your boyfriend was dating multiple other women? Well, when Becah, Abi, and Morgan discovered they all had the same boyfriend — they ditched him and bought a school bus! Unconventional? Certainly. Awesome? Definitely.

These three went from complete strangers to DIY buddies to roommates in about 6 months, and have been traveling in their simple rig ever since. They have bunk beds, a new-to-them solar system, and a giant closet. What do you think?

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Instead of Getting Bitter, They Got a Bus

Instead of Getting Bitter, They Got a Bus 3

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Lara and Julian began their tiny living journey hoping to stay free after years of school, but eventually ended up doing “normal life” with jobs and rent and typical work hours.

In 2019, the two environmentalists decided to take the plunge into a skoolie conversion, creating a space to use as a studio where Lara makes artwork and sustainable clothing to sell, their storefront, and even a spot to sell eco-friendly coffee! They host beach clean-ups and do other awesome work to protect the planet. Read their story below!

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Bus Turned Rolling Studio, Café, and Store (& Home)

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Aaron and Lorena wanted to leave the chilly winters of Boston and ended up down the bus life rabbit hole on Instagram dreaming of a different lifestyle. When they found an already-converted Greyhound bus for sale, they jumped at the opportunity.

They did tons of renovations on the bus to make it match their style and lifestyle, and the result is stunning! During their travels, the couple crafts all kinds of things in their dedicated creative space. They shared their awesome story below. Enjoy!

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Fighting Lupus & Loving Life in Bus Conversion

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This is the fourth and final installment of Samantha and Herb’s fantastic caravan and bus conversions! Their beloved skoolie named Mr. Pemberton. The bus is their current home on wheels which is parked in Australia while they finish a European tour. Once they get back home Down Under, they’ll finish a lap around the continent.

They had to completely gut and overhaul the bus to bring it to its current glory. The sage green and white interior is absolutely dreamy, and it includes all the comforts of home (even a bathroom!). Enjoy Samantha’s story in her own words below!

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Dreamy Sage Green & White Bus Conversion

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Nowell and Lauren didn’t choose bus life because they had to — they wanted the chance to see the country before they hit retirement age (and might not have the health to make that feasible). So the couple sold their home and used the money to purchase and renovate their gorgeous bus tiny house. Now they are debt-free!

It took the couple about a year and a half to complete the build which includes quartz countertops, a King size bed, a tile shower, and a pull-out sleeper couch. They also have two adorable dogs! They’re setting off to explore the country in a couple of weeks: Where do you think they should go?

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They Sold Their Home To Enjoy Travel (Before Retirement!)

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Cruz and Mariah first went tiny back when Cruz was commuting long distances for his construction work. Living in an RV allowed him to have more time at “home” with Mariah since he could park close to the construction sites. But it still didn’t allow them to travel much.

That’s when they decided to sell the RV, buy a bus, and convert it into an awesome tiny home. Mariah figured out how to take her side hustle of painting portraits and make it into her full-time job! Now that they have remote work, the couple can go anywhere and see everything.

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From RV Living to Bus Traveling!

Artist Couple Traveling The Country in DIY Skoolie 4

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