Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

Couple Quit Their Jobs And Spent $20,000 On A Bus To Travel The Country.

Finally, they found a solution to their problems.

"We knew we were not going to be fulfilled in the direction that our life was going. We felt the urge of wanderlust, as they say. We wanted to see more and experience more out of life and not just work away our best years," Tamra said.

Finally, they found a solution to their problems.

JT and Tamra, along with their son and their two dogs, absolutely love living on their bus!

"It has allowed us to spend every day together as a family and really nourish those relationships that mean the most," said Tamra. "Our stress levels have severely decreased since we are able to work jobs that are not as hectic and pressuring on us."

JT and Tamra, along with their son and their two dogs, absolutely love living on their bus!

But how comfortable can living on a bus actually be?

"Of course, living in a small space with two grown adults, a toddler, and two dogs can get a little crowded at times," she explained. "That is the perfect excuse to get outside which was one of the reasons we wanted to go tiny anyways."

But how comfortable can living on a bus actually be?

Of course, things are a bit rough at first when you're moving into such a small space.

"The transition of downsizing was a process, but the longer we live in our bus the more we want to continue to simplify our lives even more," said Tamra. This was one of the reasons they decided to move into the bus in the first place.

Of course, things are a bit rough at first when you're moving into such a small space.

The couple knew that they couldn't spend their whole lives just working to live.

It makes sense, though, right? So what advice does the couple have for others that might be thinking about the bus/van life?

The couple knew that they couldn't spend their whole lives just working to live.

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