I can remember when I could fit all of my belongings into the back of my car. Of course, I was seventeen at the time. Things have really changed since then. Now I have decades of keepsakes, photo albums, and cumulative collections of things I enjoy. Add in business endeavors, two marriages, two grown children, and a few dogs; and you have a lot of items in your living space. Downsizing to a tiny home was challenging enough, but can I downsize more to enjoy life in a van?
We made a plan to see the first sunrise in the country at Acadia National Park, the easternmost part of the east coast, on Black Friday. Our family pledged to spend this day outside enjoying nature to its fullest extent instead of engaging in the riotous act of shopping.
Once we heard highest, longest, fastest zip line in Florida, Canyons Zip Line was one adventure this New York family could not pass by. This adventure allowed us to explore a unique terrain while soaring through the air!
We thought our experience reducing and moving into a tiny home prepared us for living on the road, but we have so much more to learn!