We all love inspiration, especially when it comes to your own van kitchen, decoration, tips, tricks, hacks, you name.
This list shares a bunch of great vanlife blogs we enjoy.
These van life blogs share information on several topics. It can be itineraries, vanlife, making money on the road.
Just keep scrolling:
1. A Girl and her Van
2. Home Sweet Van
3. From Rust to Road Trip
4. Divine On The Road
5. Two Wandering Soles
Katie and Ben travel on a shoe-string budget around the world. In the process, they also converted a van for van life in less than 1 week and less than $1000.
Sounds interesting, right?
Check out Two Wondering Soles and their Camper Van Life.
6. Van Dog Traveler
Mark started his blog about traveling. Now, the blog is more about something he built.
He quit his job, built a van and hit the road.
This blog is about van conversion, living in a van, fixing it, and explore Europe.
Check out vandogtraveler.com
4 days till book launch… ———— But what if the van breaks down? That was my main worry when I started all of this over 3 years ago. ———— In my new book I share with you everything I’ve learnt about keeping my van running and in good working order. There’s a whole chapter on problems and maintenance. 🚚 🔧☀📘 #liveinavanbook
7. Life in our Van – Family Blog
The family of Catherine, Richard, Lottie & Libby moved into a van and explored Europe. This family blog takes you around the small and big destinations of the Old continent. A blog, that really shows: You can combine travel with family and kids.
Check out Life in our Van here.
8. Tiny Van Travel
Tasha, a graphic designer and Photographer originally from New England decided to take on a new adventure.
Tasha is a surfer girl, yoga girl and
Check out Tiny Van Travels here.
Let’s talk about wifi for a second. I have an @xfinity account, so if I’m urban, I can generally find a hotspot to connect to with my lap top. I keep my laptop charged with my solar set up and portable power storage device (link in bio for those). I keep my phone, @gopro and smaller USB devices changed with @nomadgoods smaller portable power packs. What’s your best hack for wifi on the go?
9. The Vanna Project
Turns out the outdoor office (our large 6-person tent) isn’t the best in even slight wind. And, as anyone who’s camped in the desert knows– it’s windy out there! We could be bummed about having to return it and losing our sweet additional digs, but this was a reminder of 2 very important things: 1. Living on the road is an ever-evolving process of humility and learning. 2. If something isn’t working, let it *go*. _________________ If anyone has windy day solutions for outdoor living spaces, we’re all ears!