Campervan Conversion: Bungee Wardrobe/Closet

Living in a tiny home, be it settled down or on the road, means that there is less space to store your belongings. When we prepared to move into our self-built campervan, we regularly scanned through our wardrobe and selected a few items to donate. Eventually, we ended up with about five sets of clothing each. Most items are relatively practical and most suitable for hiking and other adventures in nature. However much clothing you may own, you will have to store it somewhere within your campervan. But it doesn’t stop with just clothing; your pots, pans and other kitchen…

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Masters degree, now what…

The last few months have been quite a rollercoaster for us. We have been living in our student apartment together for 5 and a half years now. During this time we always had in mind that we want to take a year off after earning our masters to go travel for a bit and see more of the world. As the years passed, our desire to travel only grew bigger and bigger as we lived in a city environment. When Marijke earned her Master’s degree, I still had one year to go. This of course raised the question: Now what?…

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Review: Eliza Eliza coin purse

I’m not a fashionista. I have never really been interested in the topic of fashion, but I do appreciate the look and feel of good quality fabrics. I never spent much money on clothes and accessories. Over time though, I’ve really come to regret my ignorance and I’m glad to have opened my eyes to high quality items and have started to value them more and more. A good quality pair of shoes will last an incredibly long time and your feet will thank you for choosing a better option. Just like one great handbag will bring you much more…

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