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Jennifer lost her beloved dog, her father, her job and a serious relationship all within 6 months in the middle of the pandemic outbreak. While plenty of people would sink into despair (and rightfully so!), Jennifer used the tragedy as a launching pad to set out on the #vanlife she always dreamed of living.

The time alone forced her to sit with her feelings and process the heaviness of the grief she endured — and she’s come out better on the other side. In the interview below, she offers tips for staying safe while traveling alone — and conquering fears. Enjoy!

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Choosing #Vanlife After Immense Grief & Loss

Sage the Van and Jennifer’s Self Discovery

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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After her divorce five years ago, Bev decided to satisfy her wanderlust and travel the world. Of course, the pandemic shut down her international travel plans last year. One of her friends offered to sell Bev her van — and after camping with her friend to try it out, Bev decided to go for it!

She has possibly the most glamorous van we’ve ever featured here — every inch is bedazzled with rhinestones, tassles or something “pretty” to make it look and feel like Bev’s personal space. The cream and tan interior feels light and feminine, and it houses everything she needs.

Inside you’ll find her beautified toilet, sparkly sink set-up, and even a Brad Pitt pillow that goes wherever she goes. Enjoy the complete tour from Tiny Home Tours below! You rock, Bev!

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Bev’s Solo #VanLife w/ Rhinestones & Tassles

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Meet Jude! This wonderful woman is living in her truck home and using her golden years to travel the gorgeous country of New Zealand (we’re all jealous!). She has a YouTube channel where she shares all the cool places she goes and what it’s like to live tiny.

Her home features a giant picture window where she can sit and read, but that transforms into a single guest bed with a pulley bed! She also has a double bed which she sleeps on that pulls out from the couch. She takes a couple of steps up to her kitchen area complete with an awesome pull-out pantry, and her 3/4 bathroom is at the back of the home.

Enjoy her video tour at the end of the post!

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Jude’s Amazing New Zealand Truck Home Life

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