When I visited my friend Kara and her husband Tim a year ago in Bend, Oregon, their tiny house plan was in its conceptual phase. Kara had sketched up some rough plans, but like my husband Spanky and me, Tim and Kara’s plans were always fluid. Yes, we knew they were doers, but they were …

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Living or traveling in a van has exploded across Instagram. #vanlife is rolling up to a million posts, and the popular Instagram account, @vanlifediaries, has more followers than the Grand Canyon National Park, Olympian Kerri Walsh Jennings, and Modern Family. But is it really all sunsets out the back doors and little mint VW vans? …

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You thought the walls were thin in your apartment—try getting physical in an RV. As they say, if the camper’s a-rockin’, don’t come a-knockin’. Yes, it’s true that when you live in a RV and you don’t like your neighbors, you can move, but here’s the thing, no matter where you move, you’ll always be within ten feet …

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The Holidays, aka preparing for awkward conversations with friends and family. This lifestyle is not for the faint of heart—and it definitely isn’t for anyone that is afraid of what others may think of her. It’s like one of those memes. This is what your parents think you do: Bum around like a washed-up hippie. …

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Choosing an RV Park doesn’t happen at random. I don’t just rumble into whatever park happens to be there at the end of the road, nor do I pull numbers from a hat to determine where my husband Spanky and I will stay next. When you’re looking for the RV Park that best suits you, …

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It’s been a great debate in my household whether it is more correct, grammatically, to say, “you can’t eat your cake and have it, too,” or “you can’t have your cake and eat it, too,” and I finally verified, via Google, of course. Now that we know the correct usage, my husband and I are …

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“It’s either going to make you or break you,” our Travel Channel film instructor told my husband, Spanky, and I as we prepared to spend seven-straight months together circumnavigating the planet. We took the class so we could learn how to make masterful videos and maybe even submit some clips (until we realized we needed a release form from all …

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