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January 9, 2017
Ashville-Bed-and-Breakfast

The Advantages of a Man Who Likes Living Large

The honey-badger and I live a relatively small life. (Mine smaller than his.) I don’t have a storage unit, for instance — whereas his is so packed, […]
October 4, 2016
initial layout of van rear kitchen annotated

Van Life: Making an Inexpensive Kitchen in the Van

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 […]
September 27, 2016
Sterling Silver Flatware

Van Life: The Road to Glamping?

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 […]
September 26, 2016
The Keys to the Van as Tiny House Experiment

My Van As A Tiny House Experiment

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 […]
August 17, 2016
Van Life - The Beginning

Creating a Tiny House on Wheels – A Low-Cost Conversion Van Redux

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 — […]
April 21, 2016
become a digital nomad

Nomad List

Have you ever wanted to try your hand at living in a few different locations? Are you a digital nomad  — or a digital nomad wanna-be — […]
April 23, 2013
Healthy Eating on the Road

Going Small … and Mobile!

My mother and I just took the leap and bought a conversion van. On the maiden voyage, we submerged ourselves in living small — really, REALLY […]
December 6, 2012
gypsy-travel-bag

A Senior Gypsy Life For Me?

I’ve always said I should have been a turtle. I like tiny, clutter-free, well organized spaces. Today, my friend Julie Collins of Bluestem Marketing has directed […]
December 4, 2012
Traveling with Technology

Packing Light: My Minimalistic Tech Travel List

I just returned from a great little five day trip to southern California. I wasn’t there doing my regular business — but I was doing a […]