After a very severe meeting with a crossroads demon, Heading Tiny finally managed a deal where they were given some spare time to create their first YouTube episode entitled “We Have No Clue!”
Feel free to come and celebrate this unique occasion. Here you can witness how our rich parents bought us everything we ever wanted and showered us with a winning lottery ticket so we could produce this epic of zero proportions for you to enjoy.
Listen to us explain how our “Heading Tiny” journey began thanks to the many traps that we fell into. We did fall into the “buy material things to bring you some joy” trap. That old chest nut!
We spent way too much money on things instead of experiences. A lesson we are keen to share. Remember, we made these mistakes so you don’t have to!
In September of 2016 when we started living full time in the lovely Chausson Welcome 58 Top that we call ‘Charlize’ we had already put a lot of hours comparing all the different mobile internet options available in the United Kingdom, and quickly came to the conclusion there was only one provider that would tick all the boxes for us, and that was Three.
Not everyone understood or approved our choice to live full-time in a motorhome. Not surprising. We were ready for the worst reactions possible but always hoped for acceptance and support, especially from the closest to us.
Most were excited and curious about our adventure and understood the goals and details of our plan. This was rewarding to us.
Some had doubts and worries about our future but seemed to accept the change.
Personally, I was always fascinated by people who left everything behind for an uncertain but exciting life on the road. Smiling dudes and girls equipped with backpacks and survival kits, ready to climb mountains, hike through mysterious forest paths, swim under glorious waterfalls, etc, etc…
However, in my mind, travelling around the world, meeting interesting people and exploring history, nature, unique places was something reserved only for the luckiest, bravest and/or richest people. It seemed so impossible and so far from my simple (and many times unsatisfying) life.