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This is the story of a young couple, Kensie and Joey, who built a camper van tiny house to live free and affordably in the area they want to be in.

So they found a creative way to design a life where they could live/work in their dream location at an affordable price. So here’s their story thanks to the Tiny Home Tours YouTube Channel.

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Young Couple’s Camper Van Tiny House Lifestyle to Live Affordably in California

Kensie and Joey Van

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This van dwelling story is a guest post by Mat and Danielle – share yours here!

We’re Mat and Danielle – two Canadian, minimalist nomads who are exploring long-term travelling, house sitting, and living/working in our 2002, Ford E-150 conversion van. We’re sharing our ongoing lifestyle experiments on YouTube and on our blog: Exploring Alternatives.

We started travelling 2.5 years ago after selling our house and quitting our jobs. We travelled to Costa Rica, California, Australia and Thailand for almost a year, using our savings and the money we made from the sale of our house. Then we secured online work that allowed us to keep moving for another year, so we travelled to Iceland, Germany, Spain and the United States.

We officially moved into the van several months ago and are travelling across Canada. We’re working in cities/towns during the week, and camping/hiking on the weekends. We stealth camp, sleep in Walmart parking lots, park in the driveways of friends and family, and camp in provincial parks.

Couple Decide to Live Adventurous Van Dwelling Life

Exploring Alternatives - Van Life 1

Images © ExploringAlternatives.ca

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Meet Judith Larose-Pelletier. She’s a massage therapist who lives tiny in a 220 sq. ft. apartment. And she even shares the space with a roommate!

You’ll get to quickly tour her little home below as she gives you insights and tips on how to make a small space work without a lot of furniture or stuff.

Judith explains how living this way allows her to have the free time and money to get to travel, work overseas when the opportunity comes, and in general keep things simple with minimal maintenance. See below.

Massage Therapist Living Tiny in 220 Sq. Ft. Apartment


Images © YouTube/The Gazette

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