I’m 22 & I’ve been living in a tiny van for years… washing my hair is a challenge but it’s worth it for the… – The Sun

A YOUNG woman who lives in a van has revealed the not so glamorous aspect of life on the road – and washing her locks is a mission.

On average, people spend around eight minutes in the shower. But 22-year-old Amélise Burr, whose home is a van, (@ameinavan) only has four minutes.


The 22-year-old saved up for the van so she could live anywhere in the worldCredit: TikTok/@ameinavan


Since then, she’s been using TikTok to encourage others to go against the grainCredit: TikTok/@ameinavan

After a while of saving, Amélise, from Cambridge, bought a van and transformed it using bargains and skills she had learnt along the way.

”I did this because life felt like…….

Woman Leaves Corporate Life For a Lovely Van and Rescue Dogs – Treehugger

For many people, the conventional 9-to-5 job is something to be endured so that they can pay off bills, mortgages, and debt from things like credit cards or student loans. But thanks to inflation, the rising costs of housing and basic necessities like food and fuel have meant that people are having to work longer hours—or even at another job—just to keep a roof over their heads or food on their plates.

Those hard realities might be why alternative lifestyles like tiny houses, or living the bus life or van life, appeal to so many people…….

Best US Places For Digital Nomads: Remote Work Tips Report Released – Digital Journal


Published February 2, 2023

In a new report, Crucial Constructs examines some of the best places in the US for digital nomads looking for a new home.

Austin, United States – February 2, 2023 —

Crucial Constructs, an informative website specializing in remote work resources, has released a new report on the top US places for digital nomads. The report offers an overview of living in the US for digital nomads, and looks at popular areas such as Miami, Las Vegas, and Austin, as well as some less known locations such as Boise, Fort Collins and Charleston.

More details can be found at https://crucialconstructs.com/best-places-for-digital-nomads-in…….

Digital Nomads Increased 131% From 2019. Will The Trend Prevail In A Tough Economy? – Forbes

Digital nomads are highly skilled individuals working in a variety of industries.


Late in 2022, Airbnb unveiled a new digital nomad policy allowing employees to work temporarily in more than 170 countries. Citing a belief that flexible and remote work will continue gaining traction, CEO Brian Chesky said the policy will enable the company to recruit top talent from all over the world.

Data certainly suggests Airbnb is onto something.

A report from MBO Partners found nearly 17 million Americans identified as digital nomads in 2022, up 131% from 2019.

And it’s not just freelancers and independent contractors, either. The ra…….

Parents Leave Infant Boy at Airline’s Check-in Desk After Being Told They Need to Buy a Separate Ticket for Him – msnNOW

A couple traveling from Tel Aviv to Brussels abandoned their baby at a check-in desk after being told they had to buy an extra ticket for the child. The pair reportedly tried to get through security to board the plane at Ben-Gurion airport but were forced to return to the terminal and subsequently detained by police.

“All the workers were in shock. We have never seen anything like that. We didn’t believe what we were seeing,” Ryanair staff said. Here’s what happened when the desk staff realized the baby had been left behind.


Is he really traveling to see his friend? – Love Letters.com – Boston.com

My boyfriend of three years booked a flight to another city without telling me. The trip is next month, for five days. He’ll be traveling alone. I noticed his ticket while I was cleaning his house, but he was unaware I saw it. We don’t live together.

Every time he travels to the city where he’ll go next month, he claims that he needs to go and that he’s meeting his male friend there. I’m curious as to why he needs to spend so much money on hotels, meals, and transportation when he and his friend can communicate through video conversations.

I have a strong feelings that my boyfriend is seeing another girl. What do you think?

– Traveling

There might …….

Meghan Trainor Thought She Was on Her Period Before Confirming Pregnancy: ‘That Was Me Implanting’ – PEOPLE

Meghan Trainor is getting real about her second pregnancy.

Before the Grammy winner realized she was expecting last fall, she thought she was on her period because she was spotting.

In October, Trainor was promoting her new album Takin’ It Back on Jimmy Fallon, where she performed her hit “Made You Look.”

“That day, I literally did a TikTok that was like, ‘When you get your period…….

Holly Madison Defended Her Choice To Stay Off Birth Control While Sleeping With Hugh Hefner Months After Recalling How The Playmates Had Unprotected Sex With Him – BuzzFeed News

In recent years, Holly Madison has grown increasingly vocal about her experiences in Hugh Hefner’s Playboy mansion.

From being ordered to get on top of Hefner while under the influence to having baby oil used as lube against her will, Madison has publicly denounced the Playboy mogul numerous times — particularly since the release of her and fellow ex-Playmate Bridget Marquardt’s wide-ranging podcast, Girls Next Level, last year.


The Crystallization of a Dream: Lt. Victor Agunbiade Returns Home … – navy.mil

 Lt. Agunbiade is a Nigerian-born, Navy Reservist who is serving as the exercise’s country lead. The following is an excerpt of a conversation about his experience visiting his home-country and the people that he met. This story has been edited to improve readability and context.

“I was born about an hour from Lagos, an hour with traffic, and it’s so good to be back. It’s my second time wearing my uniform in Africa, but this feels like the honor of a lifetime, to just be able to come here and interact with the people I grew up with, to share knowledge and collaborate with them. You know, it’s kind of crazy, because everybody sees my name and…….

You Can Do This 10-Minute Workout at Home With No Equipment – The New York Times

You don’t have to be an athlete to face daily athletic challenges. Whether it’s lifting your luggage into the overhead compartment of an airplane or squatting on the floor to play with your kids, many daily movements require a combination of strength, stability and flexibility.

Like an athlete, if you want to do these things well without risking injury, you have to train. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommends 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise or 75 minutes of vigorous activity a week, and two weekly sessions of strength training that target all the major muscle groups.

But life i…….