I did an extensive interview over on Hey Eleanor! I dished the dirt on why we quit traditional housing and what everyday life is like for us full-timers. Quitters: We moved into Our 1978 Airstream Sovereign.
This 484 square foot house in the Austrian Alps is what dreams are made of.
This grain silo home is so gorgeous, modern and clean. I had no idea grain solos could look so good!
This lady does a great job of documenting the process of remodeling a vintage trailer. Start here.
This guy converted a van into his home for $8,000. We hope to do it for a lot less, but man, his story is inspiring!
Microhouses on Portlandia. All the laugh/cry emojis.
One secret to success that is available to everyone.
What to buy and what not to buy at the Dollar Store.
14 tips for shopping on Amazon. I didn’t even know all these tips and I’m an Amazon fanatic.
This is what I look like without makeup. I don’t think I wear a lot of makeup, but I also don’t leave the house without mascara on. I found this article terrifying and brave. Makeup minimalism?!
Let’s fist pump it to Friday!
It’s been another snowy one this week, so I’ve had the chance to binge watch TV, binge read books and binge pin pins. Check out the best of the best:
This camper has an insane tub and a rabbit!
This couple has lived in their Winnebago for 7 years! Their story had originally inspired me to live in an Airstream and they are still going strong. I also adore their candle company!
One of Bambi’s favorite activities is visiting Lowe’s. But there’s so many other dog-friendly stores! I’ll be filing this away for when we are on the road.
The bottom cabinets in this picture are my inspiration for the van. (Originally seen in Elle magazine.) Now we only need to source a bunch of old barn wood.
Tiny home living without a tiny home.
How do you travel on a budget? A good discussion.
It sounds weird, but I’ve been getting back into knitting after binge-watching Outlander Season 1*. Claire (the main character) has the best knit ware!
Have you seen the sneak peak illustrations for the new illustrated Harry Potter? They are brilliant, of course. Preorder the illustrated edition: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone: The Illustrated Edition (Harry Potter, Book 1)*
Every kid in a park: Love this! I can’t wait to visit all our national parks.
Why am I not doing the thing I want to do? Gah, so relatable and such good advice.
An addict’s guide to overcoming the distraction habit.
Happy Thursday! Stay warm out there!
It’s still snowy and icy around these parts so I’ve been off from my full-time job all this week. It’s been just the thing I needed. I’ve been diving deep into some Amazon Prime movies and TV shows and a few books, of course. I already feel 1,000 times better than I did on Sunday night. And I’ve been scouring the web for the best of the best, of course. Here’s my favorites from this week:
These cute, small houses were built in just 3 weeks!
This pull out “walk in” closet would be great in a tiny home.
This log cabin and camper combo is my dream! And it’s in NC!
This laundry pod is intriguing. Perhaps for use on the road?
I quit the thing that defined me. I just found this series and I love it!
TMI! Being too open about money can hurt you. Hmmm. I’m not convinced.
I’m getting pumped about having a garden again. I can’t believe I didn’t think to start seeds in pots made from newspaper!
Also, this greenhouse made from old windows is f’in adorable.
I can’t wait to start hiking again this spring. I’m on the lookout for some cute, inexpensive hiking boots. Is that even a thing? This is the pair Reese Witherspoon wore in Wild and I love them. Perhaps someone will get them for me for my birthday? Hint, hint, nudge, nudge.
I’m breaking out my Crock Pot again! Here’s one of my favorite recipes. And 30 Whole30 slow cooker recipes!
Hope your week has been just as delightful.
The web has been a little sparse this week, or maybe I just have been too busy with other things to notice… Here’s what I found interesting this week:
This documentary on minimalism looks both beautiful and inspiring.
Two college students built a tiny home for $500.
These peel and stick “tiles” are a great idea for a camper or Airstream.
A peek into this guy’s “van life.” It looks pretty rad.
The 10 best bargains at drug stores.
Scandalous ways to get free stuff.
A nice debt calculator with actionable items to get out of debt quickly.
These all-natural chocolate chunk, nut butter blondies look like the perfect Valentine’s treat.
What you can say instead of “I don’t feel like it.”
On February 15th, I’m starting Whole30. Eeek and ugh? I’m looking to this post for budget-conscious ideas.
It’s almost Valentine’s Day! Have you waited until the last minute? Me too. Maybe this free printable will help. Also, my mama’s famous chocolate chip banana bread makes a great gift too!
See you on the flip side!
I’m planning a conference at work and this week I’ve really been struggling to balance it all. Let’s escape with a little Link Love, shall we?!
A 94 sq. foot boiler room turned into a gorgeous home!
This 5th wheel tiny home didn’t look so bad before, but the after looks so fresh and clean!
DIY window insulation made from ironing board cover material. (It’s kind of ugly, but also kind of genius!)
Did you know you can watch some of the Tiny House Nation shows for free over on the FYI website? Save me from myself.
I’ve been dreaming about a little vacation lately. This tiny castle in the mountains will do just fine, thanks!
I love the idea of a seasonless closet.
The contentment habit.
Tips for living on “next to nothing.”
Some good tips on how to ease your family into minimalist living.
This is an older article, but an inspiring one– this guy made $28,267.21 from blogging. #lifegoals
I’ve been doing these stress-busting yoga moves on my lunch break and before I go to bed. It’s kind of working?
How’s your week been? Do you need the weekend as much as I do right now? Talk to me in the comments.