What island life used to look like Finding motivation in the discomfort (of zero sunsets, beach time, horizons, space, exercise, etc) to go hard on getting the bus done.

What island life used to look like  Finding motivation in the discomfort (of zero sunsets, beach time, horizons, space, exercise, etc) to go hard on getting the bus done. In between researching all the things for building the bus, building the bus, mediating Lego disputes, work and wrangling the domestic space, we've been refining our worldly possessions. It's a process. A seemingly never ending one. Especially when you plan to live in a bus.   Luckily, there's an account for that!  gently used, op shopped threads and things @littleearthmarket. Did somebody say safari suit?🕺

What island life used to look like Finding motivation in the discomfort (of zero sunsets, beach time, horizons, space, exercise, etc) to go hard on getting the bus done. In between researching all the things for building the bus, building the bus, mediating Lego disputes, work and wrangling the domestic space, we’ve been refining our worldly possessions. It’s a process. A seemingly never ending one. Especially when you plan to live in a bus. Luckily, there’s an account for that! gently used, op shopped threads and things @littleearthmarket. Did somebody say safari suit?🕺

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6 thoughts on “What island life used to look like Finding motivation in the discomfort (of zero sunsets, beach time, horizons, space, exercise, etc) to go hard on getting the bus done.

  1. kittymcfurson profile image
    kittymcfurson says:

    Hang in there guys, this is worth it. Your adventures await and so does the mortgage free life. Hold onto the tiny moments knowing bigger, brighter, better ones are around the corner. The four of you have just begun and we are cheering you from around Australia. There is peace is this hectic life. Find yours and live long.

  2. the.whitty.one profile image
    the.whitty.one says:

    It’s a process but a rewarding one. If I took anything away from the cyclone it’s how little you actually need or want for once it’s all gone. Hang in there, it will all be worth it! I can’t wait to see all your adventures

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