For people who have grown up in a close family or always been in a monogamous relationship of some kind, jumping into solo #vanlife can feel terrifying and nearly impossible. That’s what Melody thought before she took the plunge.
Now she feels empowered and happy living in her van with its super-deep sink, closet space, and mini-library. At 5’6″ she can comfortably sleep sideways in the van and she’s been loving working in Baja with her remote writing work.
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Finding Happiness in Life on Her Own
Getting the good views for the night!
Her little library and some hat hooks.
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I want to say I am in love with your build. The nook had me shaking my head – WHY did I not think about this for my future build? The van is glorious. Homey. Beautifully done. Your personality is great, passionate about the earth, about life. Thank you for sharing. I have many ideas now to incorporate in my dream van!