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Sam’s job requires her to be present while she’s on duty, so full-time van-life was out of the question for her. But, she hated the thought of not traveling and taking advantage of her younger years, so she had a weekender van converted out by a builder!

What’s super cool is she’s able to rent her van out (like an Airbnb) when she isn’t able to use it. What a fun idea for those of you in a similar position as Sam. Let us know what you think!

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Mountain Biking & Loving Nature on the Weekends

Sam’s Weekend Escape From Corporate Life Van Conversion 2

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Like so many other Americans, Heidi was trapped in the 9 to 5, working hard to climb the ladder and get ahead. But when she started listening to van life and travel podcasts, she quickly realized that her life was never-changing, and she felt stuck.

So, she quit her job and bought a van! Her conversion isn’t super complicated, but it’s classy and meets her needs. Her purple bedding, green storage bench and faux ivy make her home perfect for her exploration to all the national parks. Enjoy the tour below.

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Purple & Green Simple and Stealthy Promaster Conversion

35-Year-Old Gives Up Corporate Job for VanLife 2

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Laurén might just have the best of both worlds — she owns her own little farmhouse in South Carolina where she stays during the nice weather, and when winter hits, she hops in her converted Ram Promaster to chase the sun. Her variety of remote work both for her family’s business and Tiny Home Tours allows her the flexibility to go where she pleases, and her professionally-built van has all kinds of amazing storage you’ll be amazed by!

The van uses a Murphy bed to give her tons of seating for guests, and an easy way to set up and take down her sleeping area. She has a two-burner cooktop, a convection oven, and an awning which all make her space super functional. Tell us what you think in the comments!

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Her Part-time Van Life in Professional Rig

Murphy Bed & Amazing Storage in Freelancer’s Awesome Van 2

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Jonnie wanted to get into travel nursing, and van life seemed like a perfect option for that lifestyle. It turns out that once she started building vans, other people wanted her to build theirs! Now she primarily builds vans and then travel nurses between builds.

Her van has a shower, toilet and beautiful walnut accents. She chose to run her bed lengthwise so there’s no need to climb over anyone to get in/out of bed. What a remarkable journey she is on! Oh, and the dachsund comforter is just the cutest.

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Her Gorgeous Promaster with Walnut Finishes

Jonnie’s Journey Building Vans & Travel Nursing 2

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Blaine loved his life of international travel, but the pandemic shut the world down back in 2020 and he was looking for something to satisfy his wanderlust. When he dove into #vanlife research, he found his niche! His Ford Transit conversion is simple and stealthy and allows him to go just about anywhere.

At 6’3″, he needed to carefully craft his van so he could stand up and fully lay down in his bed — and he succeeded! The interior has a log-cabin vibe, while the exterior has nothing indicating it’s a home and not a work van. Very creative!

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His Simply & Stealthy Log-Cabin Van Build

International Traveler to Van Lifer in Stealthy Ford Transit 3

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Caroline works as a Merchant Marine, which means she is on for two-and-half months and then off for about the same time. She used to just go home and “do nothing” during her time off and was wanting to use her time better. It was then that her captain actually recommended vanlife!

She had no idea that people actually lived in vans, but now that she has one, she loves it. Her rig actually has a toilet/shower but it’s currently broken (hopefully she can get it fixed soon!). Recently Caroline got a bike to help her get around town without needing to move her whole van.

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Her Fixed-Bed Camper Van Conversion

Merchant Marine’s Part-Time Van Life Advenutres 3

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Kati had dreamt about vanlife for nearly a decade, but about 3 years ago she made it her goal to transition into a van — and then she made it happen!

The result is a really cool ProMaster with a folding safety wall that blocks off the cab when needed, but opens up otherwise. She kept the exterior pretty stealth, but did add a fan and window. Oh! And there’s a hidden toilet in there. Pretty cool.

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We’ve Never Seen This Foldable ProMaster Wall Before!

Her Murphy Bed Van w Earring Display & Safety Wall

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Sarah had experience traveling and camping, but her launch into vanlife wasn’t as predetermined as one might expect! It was a bit on a whim when she was tired of apartment living that she went and bought her van. Thankfully she’s been working remotely for a long time, so she had the job part all figured out.

While she’s honest about the not-so-fun parts of living in a van, she has no intention of going back to an apartment. And when you see her beautiful van you’ll see why! (And yes, there’s a toilet).

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Her Spur-of-the-Moment Decision to Go Tiny

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Lefty is a thyroid cancer survivor on the trip of his life visiting all the national parks! He rock climbs, bikes, and camps out in each park until he’s seen it all, and then he moves on to the next location. When he’s done with all the physical exertion of his day, he crawls into his super comfy fixed bed and calls it a night.

He has a cool outdoor shower set-up and a composting toilet box that doubles as his swivel chair footrest. But one of his special upgrades to the Ram ProMaster was the custom bug netting that he installed. While it’s not cheap, he said it’s one of the better investments he made for van life. Enjoy the tour!

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Musician Hitting All the National Parks

Lefty’s Promaster with Epic Bug Net Installation 2

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