clean a backpack, how to, travel, rtw, minimalism, oneomadwoman

How to clean a backpack: Effective Tips for You Your backpack may take a toll from salt, dirt and general damage while in transit or from normal use. You may minimize dirt built by regularly wiping your bag, but sometimes it will need much more than that. We will provide here a brief guide on how to clean a backpack in order to help you extend your bag’s lifespan. You will need to wash your backpack at least a couple of times every year. Our guide will give…

RV essentials, RV checklist, van life, how to prepare to live in a RV

The Essentials you need for your RV  *This a guest post contributed by Dennis Kaminski, the owner of the website Safety Mart. More information about him and his highly helpful and user friendly website can be found at the end of this article and by clicking on this Safety Mart link. RVs are multipurpose vehicles used for various purposes such as camping, traveling and full-time living. Recreational are also known as motor homes or mobile homes. Motor homes have several advantages which include that you do not require unpacking on arrival…

samsara, nirvana, travel, van life, diy,

The Game Changer   We met online. I was searching for her on the typical sites for months, but coming across the usual “out of my league and secret desires” types if you know what I mean. But then, I found the one. The one who would end up testing my faith, my perseverance, my temper, my determination to make it work, and most of all my willingness to stop at nothing to follow my dreams and intuition that had led me to her to begin with. I knew…

DIY, Tire Climbing Wall, short video, climbing structure

DO IT YOURSELF Tire Climbing Wall Climbing has always been something I loved to do when I was younger, so when I was invited to help build a school play yard out of recycled materials in Goa, India, a climbing wall was a must. Here I will show you just how easy it is to turn old tires into a fun climbing wall for kids of all ages! Things needed: *16 Worn Tires (we used 12 medium, and 4 large, but I imagine that this structure can be made…

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