Living in a Van for Discovery


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Van Life

Why Millennials Are Opting For Van Life

By on October 18, 2018

Guest Post by Eve Crabtree
In the last few years, we’ve seen an uprise in the number of millennials swapping living with mum and dad or buying their own home with opting for a campervan. Looking back 20 years ago, campervans and caravans were used for low cost family…

Tiny House


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Van Life

Why Tiny Houses Will Never Go Out of Style

By on September 19, 2018

Guest Post by Molli McGee of Tiny Society

In a world full of big cars, bigger houses, and fast lifestyles–tiny houses have quietly entered the scene. But what is a tiny house? A tiny house, either on wheels or built on a foundation, is often a maximum of 500 square…

Pacific Northwest Driving


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Van Life

The 7 Must-Sees on a Pacific Coast Roadtrip

By on September 12, 2018

Guest Post by Trevor McDonald

Taking a Pacific Coast roadtrip is often thought of the crown jewel for sightseers, campers and nomads. The area is full of beautiful pine trees, snow-crested mountain peaks, and wild fields full of flowers, agriculture, and stunning seascapes.


The area is also home to some of…

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Digital Nomads Van Life

Staying Sane As A Single Vanlife Digital Nomad

By on August 14, 2018

(& The Monkey On My Back)
Guest Post by Sacky Sackville, SUP Board Guide

When in Thailand many years ago, I met a group of European travellers who adopted me. It was Christmas time and I was alone, so they invited me to spend the week leading up to the festive…

Current Location - France

Armando Costantino and Melony Candea are a couple that also happen to be digital nomads in Europe and recently in North America. Armando is a film director that edits; Melony is a writer who works online. They both freelance. Armando shoots film and uploads onto the Internet while he also hones his editing and web skills as a freelancer. Melony writes copy, SEO, creative and also does social media work. We live in a van by choice, for the best access to the best places in Europe. Our van’s name is Mork, and he has taken us on a multitude of adventures. He’s part of our family. Grin