Living the Vanlife for the Long Haul: How to Build a Sustainable Lifestyle with Kathleen Morton - Tiny House Blog

Living the Vanlife for the Long Haul: How to Build a Sustainable Lifestyle with Kathleen Morton

Kathleen Vanlife Podcast

Are you interested in a mobile lifestyle? Traveling while you work? Living tiny? The #vanlife might be the life for you. My guest Kathleen Morton is the cofounder of Vanlife Diaries and is here to share stories and wisdom from her own vanlife, and from others she’s met along the way.

Kathleen Morton travels and lives part time out of her 1987 Toyota van with her dog Peaches. Kathleen is the founder of Tiny House, Tiny Footprint, a community she created to share stories about those choosing alternative lifestyles, living more environmentally consciously, and spending more time in nature. She is also the co-founder of Vanlife Diaries, a social media and online platform that tells stories and connects vanlifers around the world. You might often find her backpacking in national forest, working on organic farms or climbing canyon walls in the desert. Her book, “Vanlife Diaries: Finding Freedom on the Open Road,” came out April 9 in bookstores. The book celebrates the nomadic lifestyle and community of vanlife through interviews, essential advice for living on the road, and more than 200 photos of tiny rolling homes.

Kathleen Morton

Kathleen Morton

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vanlife.com.au

Instagram: @tinyhousetinyfootprint@vanlifediaries

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D. Pedersen - May 9, 2019 Reply

Driving around in a 1987 van is hardly sustainable – given the large amounts of CO2 from the exhaust. It can be classified as a free life – no strings attached. But do not compare it to being sustainable. It is not. Sustainable is living in a CO2 neutral solar powered and heated home and on a plant based diet – riding a bicycle or public transport to and from work. Anything else is just wishful thinking.

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