Getting paid for traveling: Nurses embracing van life bank up to $20,000 a month – CNBC

After working a 12-hour shift as nurses at the hospital, married couple Meg and Ty DeWitt go home to their van, where they live full time. After a three-day workweek, Ty, 33, and Meg, 28, hit the road in their van to explore surrounding areas.

In the past, that’s meant hiking in Glacier National Park in Montana, camping in Sedona, Arizona, or taking a road trip along the Oregon Coast. As …….

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Van life just got a lot more attractive – Lowvelder

While South Africa offers numerous opportunities for city sightseeing and scenic road trips, it would be remiss not to take time to explore the road less travelled. In almost every corner of the country, verging off the beaten track will reveal glorious hidden gems. However, when it comes to off-road mobile living, rarely do comfort and adventure align… until now.

With the launch of …….

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Van lifers find ways to get around San Diego’s hostility – San Diego Reader

Fiesta Island van meet, 2019

On April 16, van lifers from around the U.S. trekked into San Diego County as National Park Week kicked off a weeklong, presidentially proclaimed event. For the following seven days, 400 national parks throughout the country, including Cabrillo National Monument and Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, hosted events, special programs, and digital experiences……..

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Diary of a wannabe-dirtbag: The case for a simpler take on van life – Lewiston Sun Journal

Madeleine LaPlante-Dube of Portland works on the build for her Subaru Forester at the beginning of the pandemic. Courtesy of Madeleine LaPlante-Dube

I’ve always wanted to be a dirtbag.

I wanted to be setting new lines at Yosemite and carving couliers in Jackson Hole. I wanted to wake up every day and brush my teeth with a mountain view. I wanted to be a…….

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10 Reasons Van Life May Not Be For You – TheTravel

For the spontaneous, van life might be the best way to travel the world, as it gives them the chance to own their time and be their own guide. Traveling, after all, is about freedom and learning new things along the way. However, fun as it may seem, van-dwelling is not for the fainthearted.

Most travelers can easily get out of their comfort zones, but some might struggle when faced wi…….

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