John Paul is living the life, splitting time between his tiny house in the Blue Mountains of Australia and his stealth camping van, which doubles as a rent-free central Sydney apartment during the work week.
This is one of the better van conversions that I’ve seen. “Kita has been living in a van for 3 years full time in Vancouver Canada and Hailey joined Kita one year ago. Kita teaches Kundalini yoga and Hailey is a Contemporary Dancer.”
“Jeanine Pfeiffer is a university science professor who moved into a shuttle bus to become carbon neutral.”
“Kathleen and Greg from Tiny House, Tiny Footprint decided to downsize their lives from a downtown apartment in Denver, Colorado to a 140 square foot camper trailer / mobile home. For the first year of their tiny house experiment, the 1969 camper trailer was parked in a friend’s backyard until they bought a piece of land where they could park the trailer and grow their own food.
“Kristie Wolfe spent $5000 to build herself a tiny home on wheels in her hometown of Pocatello, Idaho. It started off as a yearlong experiment in simple living, but she liked it so much she decided to keep living small, not only in Idaho, but she began looking for land to build a tiny vacation home.
“When I was a boy, all I dreamed about was to live in a cabin in the woods. Everyone told me I couldn’t, wouldn’t, shouldn’t, and squashed my ideas with discouragement. I proved them wrong and followed my own path.”