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Stephanie went from #buslife dream to reality in just a year, meticulously planning out “Sarge,” her future full-time bus home. She chose a more masculine exterior in order to throw off any would-be thieves, but the inside is 100% her own simple style with bold accents like a black back wall and stunning wallpaper.

Since her son is still at home for a bit longer, she has only taken Sarge on weekend trips so far. As soon as her son moves out, she is ready to go see every state and meet all kinds of awesome people on the way. She included a shower and cassette toilet, a functional kitchen, and a full-size bed in her rig. What’s your favorite part?

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Her Undercover Bus For Safe Solo Travel

Sarge the Simple Beauty Short Bus Conversion

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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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Rocio and Gabe were enjoying their lives in Puerto Rico before a hurricane forced them to move back stateside. They were struggling to pick just one city to make their new home, but #vanlife seemed like a great solution — they could experience a number of places before settling down.

While they are both somewhat handy, the couple decided to buy a professionally-converted ProMaster van instead of DIY-ing. I’ve seen a lot of great DIY vans, but the technology system alone in this one makes it ultra-awesome. Every light and system is controlled by an app! What do you think of their rig?

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Couple & Their Dogs Hiking all the National Parks

Their High-Tech Professionally Built Promaster. 2

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Sarah was familiar with #vanlife when she graduated from college and settled into her 9-5 job, but the work routine finally convinced her that an alternative life was the right choice. She expected to do the conversion by herself, but it turned out her mother was very excited about the adventure and jumped all-in with helping her.

Just the van conversion itself radically increased Sarah’s self-confidence, as she learned a whole set of new skills. Most people didn’t expect her to be the one DIY-ing it! She travels with her dog and sells tie-dye creations as an income stream. What do you think of the van?

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Mom & Daughter Build Out This Awesome ProMaster

Her Van with a Skylight & Lazy Susan 3

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The two things that were holding Michelle back from van life were her stuff and other people’s negative opinions. Once she got rid of those, she was able to jump into her van joyfully and after two years on the road her only regret is that she didn’t do it sooner!

She travels with her two dogs and made them a gate from paint sticks (love it)! She has a nice, deep sink, outdoor shower, indoor composting toilet, closet under her bench seat and a TV so she can play video games on rainy days. I love it and hope you will too!

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Solo Traveler & Her Dogs: Two Years into Vanlife

Michelle Ignored the Naysayers, Sold Her Stuff & Bought a Van

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Gypsy was working 60 hours a week, talking about her dreams of escaping it all, when a coworker told her to just “shut up and do it.” She was shocked, but inspired, and within three weeks had purchased a bus she converted into her first tiny home.

That said, the bus was cumbersome and she wanted an easier way to get places — so she bought a van instead and spent 3 months building it out. While she did have a shower at one point, she got rid of it because going to the gym to shower is easier and she appreciates the storage space. Check it out below!

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She Got Rid of Her Shower & Purposely Has No Windows in Her Van!

She Went From a Bus to a Van & Visited 48 States. 3

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Savannah had dreams on #vanlife but originally was worried about what others would think of her. Thankfully, she decided to outfit her own DIY van after realizing no one was living her life but her!

The “Babe Cave” she built is gorgeous, with a full-sized bed, micro kitchen, and space for her cat and copilot, George. You’ll love the huge drawers that she can access from the back of her van in the garage space.

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Life in Her Boho Camper Van Conversion

Savannah’s Babe Cave Compact Van Conversion 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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Below is a beautiful van tour with Kalen and her cats. Unfortunately, the van and most of her belongings are gone since she had an accident and rollover. Fortunately, she and the cats are all okay. Watch her pre-accident tour below (her van was beautiful) and consider donating here to help her get back on her feet.

Kalen teaches English while she’s also working on her Master’s degree, and since the pandemic has been able to do it all online. She also has a chronic illness that could have stopped her from jumping on the van wagon, but she didn’t!

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Kalen & Her Cats Van Life Despite Disability

Vanlifing w Disabilities 4

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