When we sold everything and hit the road in 2017, we committed to traveling until we were “done.” Well, that time has come. That means great things for you, our ideal buyer. You are into DIY, and love learning – constantly. You embrace challenges and revel in successful problem solving. This RV has been from … Read more An Epic off-grid 2006 Keystone Montana 3475RL For Sale!
Late last year we decided to change things up at Epic Mini Life, re-establishing roots in our favorite Dallas, Texas neighborhood: The Cedars! Our plans for the place were simple… have a home base while we focused on building my company and decided what the next year looked like. We’re open to all kind of … Read more Introducing the EpicMiniBNB!
There are typically three ways to get power into an RV or Tiny Home: 1) shore power, 2) a generator, or 3) and our favorite: solar. See how we generate our power from the sun!
We LOVE the nomadic lifestyle, and we’re ready to make it ours. We’re going to make it bigger and better. That means making some pretty drastic changes, and resetting our own expectations. It means building our own house, with our features, and on our timeline. It means an investment in sticks and bricks, but without the notion or expectation of being “trapped” by it.
We’ve put in a lot of miles, and stayed a lot of state parks, RV parks, and Thousand Trails parks. But you know, they all have something in common – staying at these places costs real money.
Hello there. If you’re new to EML, take a look at this post. It lays out a pretty strong foundation for how we arrived at this point in time. Everything in that post is still relevant today – Epic Mini Life is about choosing the life that’s right for us, whenever, and however we want … Read more Epic Mini Life 2.0: Our outrageous plan to live off-grid in 2019, with every modern convenience
The clothing storage is fairly generous in our 5th wheel – yes I just said that, out loud. The three of us share a 5′ wide closet and four drawers. There is a small vertical (hanging) closet where we store our linens and towels. We all shared one small walk-in closet in our townhouse for … Read more Organizing small closets
I’m not a brilliant cook. My Mother wasn’t even a good cook. It’s ok, she would tell you so. My childhood menu consisted largely of red meat & potatoes, canned/boxed goods, and spaghetti. It was practically mandatory to go to the local seafood restaurant once a week (a tradition that I really loved, thanks Mom!) and … Read more Anyone can cook… in an RV oven!
For the first time since embarking on our purposeful, minimalistic adventure I had an experience of consumer guilt. But it’s not what you might expect… We have been waiting to celebrate our sticks and bricks closing with the purchase of new iPhones for all of us. Michael’s is cracked and takes forever to load apps … Read more My first experience with consumer guilt: Bells and Whistles.
Any sense of control you have in your lives is simply an illusion that you’ve allowed to persist. Your life could end in the next few minutes, or you could live to 120 with modern medicine. You can take actions to minimize exposure, but ultimately you’re here for a limited time. Worrying about “stuff” and … Read more Control and stuff, or experiences?