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Of course, at $500 per month this is a sparse life, but I am just showing you that it can be done. In fact I personally know dozens of people who live in their vans and make much less than $1,000 per month, so I know for a fact that it can, and is, being done right now.
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Coupons can often be found online too. A big traditional meal the day you get it, pull the extra meat off for sandwiches and what not, then hack up the carcass to make soup. While I prefer to eat fresh stuff, Idahoan instant mashed potatoes are $1 per bag and you get two adult male servings. Lots of flavors too.
Harbor Freight Disappointment - Cheap RV Living.com-Home
App also does super job on tracking and deleteing expired coupons. I have not "clipped" a.coupon in 6 months and now take advantage of many more coupons. BTW, there is always a 20% off coupon so if buying something not on sale or free I always use that.
Donate plasma - $300-400 per month
There is a plasma place in the town where I live but it has been years since I have been there. When I was in college, they would run coupons in the local paper and would up the rate from the usual $10 to $20. My friends and I learned two things about plasma donation. 1. It was a good way to get beer money and 2.
Just Got Our VanLooking For Mechanical Help
If you type in Advance Auto Coupons they uassally have 20-40% off your order "Never Pay Retail" Others here may know other discount parts shops 3) You have a older truck like mine get a Chiltons Repair Guide and order a Owners Manual you should keep those right next to your Bible
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(08-05-2018, 04:47 PM) sephson Wrote: I opted for the Alpicool because I simply could not afford the $600 plus pricetag of the Dometic, Engel, etc. Rightwe just put new tires on which were a better investment than can I live without butter, eggs, and mayonnaise ? Until today I didn’t even know that another viable option beside $600+ models were available.