The van kitchen is working deliciously! I took a page from the teardrop camper designs and created a van kitchen accessible from the back cargo doors. This means I had to lose a little space in the “living” area and must push
The van as it is now, isn’t quite a tiny house, but it’s not really “Glamping” either – although it’s close. I like to think it’s much more efficient and functional than merely glamping would be. With that said, I’m
Can A Van Be a Tiny House? After staying in town for a full week, testing all the systems, rearranging things, acquiring some items while tossing others… I wonder why it took me so long to actually take the plunge
A couple years ago, my mother and I went together to buy a conversion van. I had enjoyed a conversion van of my own before — until a driver decided to barrel down in a school zone where several parents
Now, I’ve not tried actually SITTING in one of these, but as I contemplate how to make my dream of a gypsy-vardo a realistic living situation, this looks like it might be an option — if it’s comfortable. I want
I’m all about minimizing. If you have been reading livingsmall.com, you already know this. I’ve not quite whittled down to just a couple pots and pans in my own kitchen, but if I did — these would be the two:
Ok, so it seems that I make choices that complicate, rather than simplify, my life. But sometimes they are a GREAT decision anyway. Zeus is the perfect example. Isn’t he adorable?