Right now, my life looks a lot like this:
I travel in the Honda Element for months at a time, taking breaks at rented AirBnBs for a month or two at a time, then hitting the road again for more adventures.
When we’re “home” in our hometown, we stay in the camper for a month or two before heading out on the next trip.
I live mostly out of a backpack and a small duffel bag with my clothes in it. Everything else fits neatly under the platform in the Honda Element we converted into our very own “micro-camper”.
It feels natural now. It feels….easy. It’s just my life.
But Before I made my tiny living dream my real life, I was being HELD BACK by so many unknowns.
So many questions, concerns, and things I had to figure out.
It felt overwhelming to want a mobile, simple life so bad, but really have no clue at all how to actually make that happen.
Like how to bridge that gap between where I was (living in 1500+ square feet of clutter and chaos, stuck in one place, drowning in stuff) and where I wanted to be (free in a camper that felt like I was wearing my own custom-made space suit with everything I needed!).