If you’re like us, you’ve had the occasional fantasy of dropping everything and moving to a tiny part of the world with nothing more than you can carry on your back. Sitting next to a warm fire with a stack a books and your big, fluffy dog, unable to be reached by the outside world. Wouldn’t that be perfect?
Well one woman is doing just that and you can see what that life is like, thanks to this short movie from Exploring Alternatives.
After hearing about this woman’s life change, Mat & Danielle travelled to Beige to find out just what it’s like to live in a tiny yurt in Canada for over two years. She has no electricity or running water and her home cannot be accessed by vehicle, meaning she brings everything in by foot. She bought her yurt from Groovy Yurts and has spent these last few years seeing how little she actually needs to subside. She charges her phone on the way to work in her car and showers at the yoga gym. She acknowledges that it’s a difficult lifestyle but its also truly fulfilling.
Is this a lifestyle that appeals to you? Let us know in the comments!
With the end of our four and a half week epic road trip upon us, there were a few more little surprises in store…
Elephants and lions and buffalos…oh my!
Our ‘Summer in Africa’ continues into week 2. We did not blow out a tire this time and we still haven’t seen lions, but we’ve definitely upped the wildlife quota for this trip. Wifi is unreliable as ever, but we continue to try and update this as often as possible. Enjoy!
Five weeks in a car on dirt roads, in unfamiliar countries, relying on spotty GPS and paper maps, with four family members of questionable temperament. God help us.
It’s all worth it for the ‘gram.
An island full of golden beaches lapped by the waves of the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka has all the natural attributes you would want in a surfing destination. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, there are plenty of options for you to find your perfect wave.
Human trafficking may be an unpleasant topic to broach, but that isn’t stopping Delta Airlines from putting it front and center, literally, for its passengers. Beginning today, if you fly on a Delta plane video equipped with seatback screens, you will see a new video on their campaign #GetOnBoard, which features a young boy's narrative of human trafficking .
One woman shares what it’s like to live in a tiny yurt in Canada for the last two years completely off the grid.
As the government shutdown continues into its third week, the national parks have been hit especially hard due to thousands of employees being at home while the parks remain open.
Jordan is a gorgeous country, with a rich history and beautiful people. The best part is, you can feasibly fit these five must-sees into a week…but you’ll probably want to come back for more!