We all have things that seem to hold us back in life. Diagnosed with Crohn's Disease, Pete writes about why he isn't letting his condition control the way he lives his life.
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We’ve always been good at listening to our gut. This time it’s telling us, “Let’s slow down for a sec. Let’s take a side-step from the hustle and grind of this self-sustained life we’ve created. Let’s focus on projects we’ve been putting off and grow skill sets we haven’t had the time to nurture. Let’s indulge in a little consistency — we’ve earned it.”
From September to November 2018, we traveled from the east coast to the west coast, and then back to the east coast again. That’s right. We traveled the width of the country twice in only three months and it was insane… insanely awesome. Read all about it here!
"The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page." - St. Augustine. We're sharing 8 lessons we've learned while traveling both internationally and on the road here in the U.S. that have changed the way we live our lives and look at the world around us.
We get asked about how we make vanlife work with a large dog like Snoop. Here's how we make sure Snoop loves living the vanlife as much as we do and some tips and tricks on how to make living on the road with a dog possible.
"Vanlife" has become somewhat of a buzzword lately, and everyone has their own meaning attached to it. This is what vanlife means to us.
With the release of our Acoustic Sessions album, we wanted to give some background on ourselves as musicians and the inspiration behind the tracks on this album. We also give a peak inside our "mobile recording studio" and the equipment we use while creating music on the road.
We take so many pictures on the road, and only a fraction of them make the cut for an Instagram post. Here's a small archive of photos from the road that gives a peek into our travels thus far!
From exploring Europe, to backpacking Southeast Asia, to living out of a van, we've experienced a variety of different traveling styles. Here are some tips for making the most out of your adventures, big or small.
Vanlife has granted us a life of abundance, but it’s also grounded us from learning that there are things we can live without.
Living in a small space can put some strain on a relationship, and we're no exception. Taylor opens up about the challenges of being a couple in 80 sq. ft. and how these tribulations can either pull two people apart, or bring them closer.
The van life is amazing, but it's not right for everyone. Here are some questions to ask yourself if you're considering this unique, mobile lifestyle.
This book is perfect for anyone who is interested in converting a vehicle of their own or for those who simply want to see exactly how we transformed an old airport shuttle bus into our traveling home. Find out more about the eBook contents and get your copy here!
We learned many conventional and unconventional lessons during our first first week of van life. I think we can all agree that #11 in the most valuable though.