The millennial dream is pretty much to give up the desk job and go travelling.
So thats what Chase Green, 28, and Mariajos Trejo, 25, decided to do.
The couple, from Nashville, U.S, traded in their 9-5 jobs and gave up their home last year for a life of adventure and freewheeling around the world.
Chase and Mariajos have since travelled from Wisconsin to Arizona, Puerto Rico to Tennessee while working freelance jobs.
And theyre doing it in style too, having converted a 40ft school bus into a luxurious camper van, costing them $3500 (£2772).
Their new home is complete with a king size bed, bathroom with toilet and shower, 100-gallon water tank, solar panels, fridge freezer and even a kitchen sink.
There are also home comforts such as a wood burning stove, hammocks and roof deck, all of which took four months to put together.
We had been watching people convert buses and vans on YouTube, Chase explained. My father showed us the first videos because he knew we both really loved the idea of small space living.
We lived in a 2,000sqft home and had rooms that we furnished and never even used, it was wasteful.
So Chase, who works as a graphic designer and Mariajos, a make-up artist from Venezuela, set off last year with their two dogs.
Theyve shared all their adventures thus far on their Instagram account which has picked up 18,000 followers.
It is also another source of income for them as they often work with brands to create monetised posts.
However, their idyllic-sounding lifestyle isnt completely stress-free. Finding enough safe drinking water is a challenge, particularly in the desert and parking can be a nightmare.
It takes a lot of planning, a lot of research, and sometimes weve found that even though the planning we just cant make it to a spot or stay there due to local laws regarding vehicle dwelling, added Chase.