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How to Live the Dream: Things Every Van Lifer Needs To Know by Kristine Hudson takes readers on a fascinating trip that will enable them to get rid of their boring lifestyles and wake up wherever they want. The author explores what it takes to hack a nomadic lifestyle in the 21st century with road tips, tricks, and details from American van dwellers. The book is a good manual for readers who dream of living in a van and getting rid of the routines that have come to rule their life.
How to Live the Dream looks at all aspects of being a Van Lifer in a detailed and interesting way and gives good suggestions to readers on how to plan, and about the practicalities, legalities, and realities that await them. Living in a van is demanding and challenging and though it gives a new level of freedom and excitement, there has to be a certain amount of preparation and planning so that good care can be taken when it comes to deciding on the van. The author speaks about the topic from all angles, extensively, methodically, and expansively, helping readers to start budgeting to make their dreams of becoming a Van Lifer come true. Kristine Hudson's approach to the subject is simple, neat, and honest and that makes it easy for readers to connect with her words, especially those who want to experience Van Life. She also gives links to online blogs, websites, and reference materials that will help with the process of converting to Van Life.