Laura has taken several work breaks and will be taking another in September. These works breaks along with building up multiple income streams allow her to live a location flexible lifestyle.
When we first learned about financial independence, we started to analyze our spending. One of the first things that we realized was that we spent way too much on groceries. While I was doing research into Community Support Agriculture (CSAs), I stumbled across ugly produce delivery services, and found two companies in our area to test out. Here’s what I discovered.
A few weeks ago, we wrote about the layout and features of our non-budget campervan. This post is all about the costs. Even though I know this was the right decision for us, it’s still a bit hard to admit how much we actually spent. But, we know it will support our ideal lifestyle for years to come.
Andrew and his family have designed their lives over the past ten years. They started out with road-schooling. Then, Andrew took a sabbatical so they could world-school their kids. When they returned to the US, he started his beekeeping business so that he’d have flexibility to be present with his family.
Despite being personal finance enthusiasts, we did NOT do a budget campervan build. We are strong believers in intentional spending. This means that we are happy to splurge on things that will add value and joy to our lives (like a campervan). And, we cut costs on the things that don’t. In this post, learn more about the layout and features of our NON-budget campervan.