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Shannon and Bobby were faced with the need to start traveling a lot for work, but instead of spending time apart, they decided to jump on the tiny living bandwagon and buy an RV! They converted the kids’ bunk area into a work-from-home office and hit the road.

They had loved overseas travel and tent camping, but found a new joy in taking their home with them and appreciating everything the United States has to offer! Enjoy their tour below.

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When They Had to Travel For Work, They Tried an RV

From Hotel Rooms to Full Time RV Travel

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Lorna & Nick had made it in life — they grew up in “not so great” neighborhoods and were now owners of a massive 4,000 square foot home — but something was missing. When Lorna came across nomadic tiny living on YouTube, she started trying to convince Nick this was the right life choice.

Three years later, they have no regrets about moving into a 43-foot RV! They did lots of renovations to the interior to make it functional for a family of 6, including overhauling the kitchen with a huge countertop and full-sized appliances. Enjoy the tour below.

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Is This The Best RV Kitchen Ever?

Family of 6 Downsized from 4000 Square Feet 3

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Dan and Sam are content creators (Dan has a hunting podcast and Sam has documented her surrogacy journey) who decided it was time to hit the road in their 2021 RV. Because the RV was newer, they haven’t had to do much to it to enjoy it!

Their two kids have a bunk over the cab, and they have a back bedroom with an “RV King” bed. Slide-outs allow lots of room in the main living space and there’s storage everywhere for school stuff, art supplies, and snacks. Enjoy the tour!

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No Plan But To Travel in Their RV Full-Time

Content Creators & Family in Their 2021 RV 2

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Mónica and João are an amazing couple who have overcome a lot of adversity in the last seven years! They now live part-time in an adorable camper conversion. I’ll let them tell their story….

Having a motorhome was an old dream of ours. When we met, about 7 years ago, we immediately arranged a trip to Gerês (North of Portugal) a week after we started dating. And over the last few years we have been cultivating a taste for discovering other realities, traveling through Portugal and across borders. We got married in 2021 and the wedding theme was traveling, so it has always been something that brought us together…

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Exploring Portugal in Parreirinha The Campervan

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Some 20 years ago, Vari spent time traveling around Australia in a campervan. A couple of years ago, she found herself ready to return to that lifestyle, so she found an RV and converted it into an off-grid rig to enable her to travel around her native Scotland.

She travels with her adorable dog, and her cozy home is functional and beautiful. She has a wood-burning stove, an oven and range, a compact bathroom, and a comfortable living space. We had the honor of doing a Q&A with her, which you can read below the photo tour.

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Exploring Scotland in Her Self-Converted Campervan

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You might think a family of 7 would try out tiny living for a few months and discover it just doesn’t work, but that wasn’t the case for this family! They’ve been on the road now in two different RVs for more than 3 years.

They renovated their current 370-square-foot rig to work for their family by adding a full-size oven, giant island and extra coat and shoe storage. The bunk room sleeps their four older kids, while the youngest has the couch-to-bed when he’s not crashing with Mom & Dad. What do you think of their setup?

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They Flip RVs While Traveling the Country!

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Sherry and Andres wanted a way to travel down to Costa Rica to Sherry’s home and family there, so they renovated a 1991 Toyota Dolphin to meet their needs. Lockdown ended up halting their plans for international travel, so they traveled domestically for a while instead!

Their rig has a memory foam mattress above the cab, and a dinette that becomes a second bed for guests and can sit up to four for dinner. Sherry was reluctant to try vanlife without a shower, so they have a nice bathroom in the back of the rig. What do you think?

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Their Campervan Sleeps Up to Four

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Stephanie served in the Gulf War and now works for the government. She still gets deployed from time to time, but when she’s in the United States, she lives in her amazing campervan with a pop-top bedroom.

Traveling the US in her van has made her appreciate this country — especially after all of her international travel. Her set-up is great, as well, with an inside bathroom, office area, couches, swivel seats, and a kitchen perfect for whipping up healthy meals. Enjoy her tour below.

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Bathroom, Swivel Seats, Office & Couches

War Vet’s Part-Time Van Life 3

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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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