The number one question we get asked is “How do you make money?” While there are countless ways to make money while traveling, we’ve picked up some knowledge that can be applied across any field or occupation.
On Thursday (May 17th) we woke up and got ready to head out of C-ville. We filled the water jug for our pump sink, emptied our grey water, took out the trash, and prepared to empty the port-a-potty for the first time. Kyle had been teasing me that morning that he "does all the work" (which, if I'm honest, he does do the bulk of the heavy lifting) so I volunteered to do the job that both of us had been dreading since we bought the bus.
Bus life isn't always glamorous. If you watch our day vlogs, you'll see that a lot of our time is spent cleaning, grocery shopping because food doesn't stay cold long, cleaning, working on our computers, and cleaning. Temperatures are usually a bit extreme, and space is incredibly limited. That all being said, so far there is nothing about this life I don't love.
This past week has been a whirlwind. Kyle started and finished a huge mural project that threw both of our schedules for a loop, we completely overhauled our website including switching platforms, I crammed a 4-week business writing course into 4 days, and, oh yea, we moved onto the bus full time!
A year ago, I would’ve never guessed that I’d do everything I did last year. I definitely didn’t think I’d be preparing to live in a Skoolie right now. It seemed more like a fantasy than something that could actually happen, but here we are.