Kayla is from New Hampshire, and lived in North Carolina and Florida before finding her long-term home in colorful Colorado. She’s an aspiring yogi that fuels her soul off travels and adventures. Her and her fiance have 2 dogs and 3 cats, and they take the pups everywhere they can. Kayla has been working for MovingLabor.com for over 5 years and enjoys the flexibility in her schedule that allows her to balance both work and her time in the outdoors.

Apr
18

Van Life: #LifeHacks on the Road

Life on the road can be tricky- whether you’re trying to figure out how to secure everything so that items don’t scatter around while traveling, or maybe you’re trying to figure out ways to organize all of your stuff efficiently- lots of these tricks are typically on a ‘learn as you...
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Apr
12

Van Life: Where Can I Overnight Park?

Vandwelling looks like paradise- all of those Instagram pictures of people sleeping in their vans parked at the beach, or at the top of a mountain with amazing views- but is that the reality? Vandwellers aren’t able to just park wherever they want, despite what social media makes it look like....
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Apr
05

Van Life: Job Options for Digital Nomads

Finding work while traveling is a centuries old tradition that attracted migrant farmers, writers, poets, and explorers alike- but now if you mix this tradition with modern technology, it opens up doors for almost anyone. Are you ready for a life on the road, but worried about how to make ends...
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Apr
02

Van Life: What is the Best Vehicle to Live in?

Interested in #VanLife and looking for the perfect vehicle to start your adventures, but have no clue where to start? Well, I’ve got you covered! Vandwelling has become a means for the adventurous being able to see the world on a minimal budget! The reborn trend is appealing to travelers and...
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Apr
01

Van Life: Before you Make the Lifestyle Change

Twenty-ish years ago, calling your car “home” was a last resort , and mainly thought of for the “homeless”. Fast forward to now, and it’s a generation’s greatest aspiration! Many Millennials are following the “trend” of the 1970’s, ditching living in standard homes, and opting to live out of their vans....
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