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Living in an RV : Day 10

On Tynan

I've lived in my RV for 10 days now. I have only gone back to the condo to get clothes, and to sleep one night (basically I picked a loud parking spot that was 10 feet from the condo and it was 5am so I just went inside instead of driving to a quiet spot). A lot of things have panned out as expected, but there have also been some big surprises.

I could go on and on, but you probably get the idea. I totally love living in this RV. It's a great feeling to drive over to my mom's house and have her say "Oh, you didn't happen to bring those tickets, did you?" and to just be able to walk into my house and get them.

My parents are really into the RV thing, which is funny. They're always a bit skeptical about my schemes. My dad helped me take out the CRT TV and the Microwave which I replaced with a flat panel and a flash bake oven. My mom made me nice curtains. I'm trying hard to resist the urge to totally trick out the RV. The carpet smells a bit musty so I might put in granite tile or bamboo floors. I think that would be neat.

Sustainable Living Practices??

On Keep Earth Alive

In this day and age, buzz words are being flung about left and right. Green, organic, fair trade, sustainable, recyclable, renewable, etc. The bottom line is this: humans actually impact the earth. How we dispose of trash, what we drive, and everything that involves physical being has an affect on the world.

So, why am I writing? Why should you read? Because I'm not an Einstein nor am I an activist. I'm someone just like you who wants to live healthy and feel human again. I have a vested interest in learning how to live and leave the smallest human footprint behind. I want to take what I've learned through hard-work and present it in a simple and organized way so everyone can benefit.

Living a healthier, cleaner, purer life that integrates with this age can be a struggle for many people. The hustle of life has taken people far away from the fields they used to tend. But don't worry, you don't have to be Amish to enjoy the simple pleasures of life again--like making your own cheese, bread, and soap from scratch. You just have to want it. Make the time. Feel that human part of you that feels connected to the world.

So I've already alluded to the more direct purpose of my blog and that is to give people the opportunity to live healthier lives through education. This isn't just about food and detergent. It's about better living, which also includes architecture, engineering, and technology.

I will also share links to every source that I've used for each post. Full-disclosure is key to re-educating people about how they CAN live! We can do this together. Robust conversations and all.

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