Are you over 30 and wishing you could put life on hold to take a year out? Are you burnt-out, stuck on the wheel and wondering what life is all about? In this travel series we explore what motivates our writers to take a mid-life gap year and how they survive, ditching everything they know for the biggest challenge they’ve ever faced.
Find out how one person changed their life by quiting their perfect job to work in the travel industry, for an adult gap year that has become a career.
Pushing the “pause” button on real life to adventure around the world full-time is something many people would only dream of. And I was one of them, until I asked myself, “why only dream it?”
Why not actually DO it?
It was time for a change. Deciding to take a grown up gap year and head overseas was the culmination of a few things. Although I’d done a reasonable amount of traveling, I’d never lived overseas, and now seemed like the perfect time to hit the road and try out the digital nomad lifestyle.
Travelling and living in a motorhome in winter can be really special – think a cosy van, snuggly blanket and hot chocolate from your whistling kettle, along with clear crisp winter sun days and blissfully quiet campsites. To really enjoy winter in a motorhome, your van and gear need to be properly prepared. We’ll show you how!
Whether you’re planning to spend Christmas in your motorhome because it’s your happy place or you live there every day, we’ve got lots of tips and ideas to make it the best motorhome or camper van Christmas possible!
Our specially chosen and unique motorhome gift ideas are perfect for motorhome lovers to make them smile on their birthday, at Christmas or whenever you just feel like showing the love!
Back in May 2020, we reached a milestone – we had been travelling Europe in a motorhome full time for two years! These are our thoughts, musings and lessons learned in our second year of full time motorhome life.