Minimalist Living on 10k/year in an RV, Simple and Uncomplicated Life
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Watch my TED Talk on Gratitude: https://youtu.be/LIFTxRJfLTM
Read the books: http://amzn.to/2CJylig
Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BuddhistBootCamp
BaseCamp Washing Machine: http://amzn.to/2zJWsYw
Portable RV Water Tank: http://amzn.to/2CjL7kM
DryFlush Waterless Toilet: http://amzn.to/2DqTTgs
Driveway Surfing / RV Hosting: https://www.boondockerswelcome.com/
Autographed books to support the Prison Library Project: https://www.buddhistbootcamp.com/product-page
Audiobook narrated by yours truly: http://amzn.to/2Fentaq
And.. I got the prayer flags from a small independent bookstore in Grants Pass, Oregon, called Aquarius Books & Gifts. I'm pretty sure if you call and tell them you want to order the same prayer flags that Timber Hawkeye got from them about a year ago, they'd be able to help you (AND you'd be supporting an independent bookstore, how cool is that?)
This RV is the Minnie Winnie 25B, and almost any RV dealership can offer you up to a 20 year loan from the model year of the vehicle (if your credit qualifies you, of course).
Subscribe to this channel to see the amazing food prepared in this small kitchen, and chew on some food for thought as well.
We can all benefit from redefining what "enough" looks like, and re-think what we think we "need." I work part time so I can live full time, and so can you. Maybe not to this extreme, but certainly downsize, minimize, and reevaluate some "stuff." It's possible to do all the things you SAY you wish you could do (volunteer more, read books, take yoga, breathe, cook, bake, hike, kayak, and lead a stress-free life in service to others). This is a tour of my RV followed by an explanation of my transition from a conventional lifestyle to being liberated and at peace. This isn't very different from renting a room in a friend's house, except it's significantly less intrusive. If you have more than enough, don't raise your standard of living, raise your standard of giving. Build a longer dining table, not a taller fence. Live simply so that others can simply live. Namaste.
When you get little, you want more. When you get more, you desire even more. But when you lose everything, you realize LITTLE was enough. _/|\_
Timber Hawkeye, bestselling author of Buddhist Boot Camp and Faithfully Religionless, prescribes gratitude as medicine for people to heal themselves from the inside out. His message invites the best version of you to resurface, inevitably leading to the true meaning of success (being happy), and better health (mental, physical, emotional and spiritual). In an ongoing effort to eradicate society's ever-growing sense of entitlement, which he considers nothing short of an epidemic, and replace it with a sense of appreciation for each breath we are given, Timber's intention is to awaken, enlighten, enrich and inspire, by sharing mindfulness-enhancing techniques that anyone can relate to and implement in their daily lives.