We’ve explored bicycle towed trailers in the past. In particular, the Wide Path Camper seemed like a nice execution of the idea. But as a number of readers noted, it had a couple big liabilities. First, was its weight of 100.
As more people ditch their offices and fixed addresses in favor of a laptop and strong wifi signal, nomadic living is having a strong resurgence (from Paleolithic times we suppose). With this growing class, the creation of housing specifically for.
Few things will lighten your life like living on a bike. As the veteran of several long distance bike tours, I can attest how you quickly realize how little stuff you really need when you’re carrying it up a mountain pass. But living on.
About a year ago, I wrote about Foster Huntington, a twenty-something who ditched his corporate design career to become a full time van-dwelling nomad. Inspired by Tupac Shakur’s Thug Life tattoo, Huntington created the Instagram hashtag #vanlife–a small act that.
Many people think about stopping their workaday lives, downsizing and lightening their loads to support more adventure and freedom. But few people go through with it. We always have (valid) excuses. The time is not quite right. We’re on the verge.
I stood staring at three framed documents: My veterinary school diploma, the certificate that acknowledges the completion of my residency and my board certification in small animal internal medicine. What was I going to do with them? I am nearing.
We feature a number of homes that sit on internal combustion vehicles. Despite what you might think, these homes can be extremely green. First off, standard homes have fuel needs too, from heating hot water heaters to keeping stoves alight.
If you haven’t figured it out, we’re pretty enamored by nomadic living here at LifeEdited. It’s not that we want everyone to live a transient existence. It’s just that we think living light, possessing only necessary, cherished and used objects.
About a year ago we featured the NOMAD Micro Home, a tiny, affordable, easy-to-assemble, put-anywhere house with smart and modern architecture. Beyond its good looks, the post became one of our most popular because of its founder Ian Kent’s mission, which was.
Perhaps it’s just us, but when temperatures descend in the northern parts of the northern hemisphere, ideations about packing everything in and heading south tend to arise. Should one be so nomadically disposed, we think the Doubleback by UK’s Danbury Motor.