5 things I learned from living in a van for 3 months

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When I set out on my journey to live in a van for three months, I had no idea what to expect. I knew it would be a great adventure and I would learn a lot about myself, but I had no idea just how much I would learn. Here are five of the most important things I learned from living in a van for three months:

1. I can live with less than I thought.

Before I started living in my van, I had no idea how little I could actually get by with. I thought I would need a lot of stuff to be comfortable, but I quickly realized that I only need the bare essentials. Living in a van taught me that I can live with less than I thought and that I don’t need material possessions to be happy.

2. I am capable of so much more than I thought.

When I first started living in my van, I was constantly pushing myself outside of my comfort zone. I had to learn how to fix things, cook meals, and navigate in unfamiliar places. I quickly realized that I am capable of so much more than I thought and that I can do anything I set my mind to.

3. I am stronger than I thought.

Living in a van is not always easy. There are days when it is extremely hot or cold, when I am tired and hungry, and when I just want to give up. But I have learned that I am stronger than I thought and that I can push through even the toughest of challenges.

4. I am more resilient than I thought.

There have been many times on this journey when things haven’t gone according to plan. I’ve gotten lost, had things break, and been faced with other challenges. But I have learned that I am more resilient than I thought and that I can overcome any obstacle.

5. I am grateful for everything I have.

Before I started living in my van, I took many things for granted. But now, I am grateful for everything I have. I am grateful for the roof over my head, for the food in my belly, and for the people in my life.

Living in a van for three months has been an incredible experience. I have learned so much about myself and the world around me. I am a different person now than I was when I started this journey and I am so grateful for everything I have learned.

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