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The Briles family couldn’t have been more tied down to their standard suburban lifestyle in Texas. They had the job, the house, the cars — but something was missing in their pursuit of the American Dream. So they sold everything and purchased a Class A RV which they transformed into a home on wheels.

The vehicle carries their ATV, has a Murphy bed, features a cozy kids’ loft, and a playroom/nursery for their 9-month-old daughter! They have tons of storage for toys and clothing, and the kitchen sports a beautiful faux marble resin top that they DIY-ed. Enjoy the awesome tour below.

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They Sold Everything To Hit the Road!

Family’s Class A RV Conversion with a Playroom

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When Chuck mentioned the idea of traveling the country in their renovated RV, Shannon was having none of it. But two weeks later, she fell down the Skoolie YouTube rabbit hole and was completely on board. They ended up selling their home, almost all their stuff, and purchasing their Class A RV completely debt-free!

Their debt-free lifestyle has allowed them to experiment with different online income streams and not work traditional jobs while they explore. They overhauled their RV with a lot of white paint, took out upper cabinets that were in the way, and replaced the couch. What do you think?

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Debt-Free Family in Their Renovated Class A Motorhome

Family of 5 Living Debt Free in Renovated RV 2

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This family spent three years seeking a diagnosis for their oldest daughter’s illness, and another two years trying treatments for her. When she finally got the all-clear, the parents realized the go-go-go of modern suburban life was so empty. They decided to buy a camper just to spend one month traveling — but once they tasted the alternative life, they couldn’t go back.

They upgraded their camper after a while to this 37-foot fifth wheel which provides a bunk room for the kids, a spacious bathroom, and kitchen with full-size appliances. For now, the family has no plans of ever settling down again!

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Fifth Wheel Living for Family of Five

After Daughter’s Sickness, This Family of 5 Moved into RV 2

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Katelyn and Katie owned a 3-bedroom home and two cars, but decided it was time to simplify! The couple and their daughter had an RV renovated by Our Lively Tribe RV Renovations, moved in and then started traveling to National Parks.

The home has a super cool kids’ room, extra comfy couch-bed for snuggles, and then they rearranged the main bedroom layout by turning the bed sideways! They are expecting another baby this spring and then will be off traveling again.

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Country-Chic RV Conversion for Family

Family of 3 (Soon to be 4!) RV Travel Life 2

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Five years ago, Chelsea and Diego hardly saw each other because of Diego’s work schedule. That’s when they decided to go tiny and purchased a new RV so Chelsea and the kids could follow Diego wherever he’s working as a pipeline welder.

The couple just welcomed their fourth child a couple months ago, and they all love RV life even if it requires some sacrifice of personal space. Two years into living in the RV they decided to start making renovations, and now every part of their home is as functional as it is beautiful!

You’ll love seeing the interior, but make sure to take time to read the Q&A with Chelsea below the photo tour! And follow the family on Instagram here.

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RV Life Lets This Family Stay Together!

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Joy and Austin decided to downsize from their 850 sq. ft. apartment into a Sprinter 5th wheel so they could start saving money to eventually purchase a home of their own. This “tiny for awhile” mindset has really gained popularity lately, and it can be such a wise way to get started.

Paint goes a long way, and in the 7 months they’ve lived tiny they have really made their once-outdated camper into a stylish home sweet home. The RV has a master bedroom for Joy and Austin, and then a separate room for their baby.

We got to interview Joy about their tiny life, so be sure to check out that Q&A at the end of the post! You can follow the family to see more here.

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Family of 3 and Their Stationary RV Life

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Meet “This Little Den” — a family of 7 (mom, dad, 4 boys and a baby girl) that’s living in an RV while renting land on a friend’s property in Florida. Just before finding out about baby #5, they decided not to re-up their apartment lease or look for a new one. Instead, they voluntarily moved into a tent! Now they’ve been tiny living for two years.

Soon they added Vinney the Van, and then they came across this awesome RV and decided to upgrade for a bit more space. By downsizing they’ve learned what they really need, and get way more time together as a family — which is what it’s all about, right?

The biggest trial of having 5 littles in an RV is laundry, but they’re managing via the laundromat and generous friends/family nearby. We got to interview mom, Chelsea, so be sure to read the Q&A at the end of the post. Follow the family on Instagram here.

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Florida RV Living with 5 Kids!

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Ricci and Kyle want their kids to grow up realizing that possessions and material things won’t last forever, so they chose to go tiny in a new 5th wheel RV!

Kyle is in the Army, so having a mobile home allows them to take it wherever the military may call them (state-side, of course). They live in an RV park close to Kyle’s post, that has lots of family-friend amenities.

Inside the RV the kids share an awesome bunk room, while Kyle and Ricci have a Master bedroom on the other side of the home. We got to do a Q&A with Ricci about their 6 months living tiny, which you can read after the awesome photo tour of their home. Follow them on Instagram here.

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Life In KY In a Fifth Wheel RV: Interview

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