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Old 10-23-2016, 09:04 AM   #1
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For those living in their cars or vans, or considering it...here's a link to great stories and information.

www.cheaprvliving.com/forums/member.php?action=register&referrer=12851
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I could not access your link but sounds like a cool idea to live out of a van. I want to move to oblivion where no one knows the cruel, nasty things said about me. Unfortunately, the slander will stick and the only things people will remember about me are the lies that some b made up.

(no I'm not in high school and neither are the bullies but an outsider would sure question it)
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Old 11-28-2016, 11:16 AM   #3
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A few years back my husband and I lost everything which gave us financial security. I started looking at alternatives for housing and my husband and I seriously considered retro fitting an old van into a functional and livable RV. It can be done and for much less than buying a pre-made RV. If I were young, I would love to live in a van and have adventures. It's one thing to choose to live in a van and another to be forced to though...but there are great communities out there who can make the experience easier and less challenging. Having a gym membership can give you access to cable, internet, bathing and recreation. ((Hugs to anyone living in a van against their will)))
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Old 11-29-2016, 03:52 AM   #4
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VanDweller Community Forums

Link was broken and it was for a member sign up page, so I modified it to show the forum page.
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Link was broken and it was for a member sign up page, so I modified it to show the forum page.
I know that I probably shouldn't be reviving a thread that is almost a year old and all, but I just might do the van living thing later on when I get my driver's license.

I would rather live off the bare minimum as far as living expenses go while building my online business so that I don't have to work a regular job and can focus on building knowledge and enjoying myself instead.

Plus I looked at this site and it sounds fun to mod a van out.
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I lost everything that I had because my sister had smart off to our manager instead cutting her hours they cut my hours as a punishment.
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