Gemma Spence, 27, and Campbell Kerr, 28, used to live the classic London lifestyle.
They worked up to 60 hours a week in the healthcare industry amind the pandemic, paid £1,200 a month to rent a one-bed flat – plus £200 on bills -, and were stressed out.
So they decided to make a change.
They quit their jobs, ditched their flat, and bought a £33k motorhome with the £50k they had managed to stash away while working as a healthcare worker (Gemma) and support worker (Campbell).
Now, they travel to stunning spots in their dreamy home on wheels, and make money by documenting their adventures and sharing them on social media.
As well as being a lot of fun, their new way of life saves the couple cash – they save over £1,000 a month, with their largest expense £300 a month on diesel.
The couple’s outgoings in London used to be £1,730 but now they are £670.
Campbell, from Bishopton, Scots, said: ‘This lifestyle isn’t for everyone, but it is a great way of living.
‘There is a lot of uncertainty, it can be difficult if you like consistency in life.
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