Yesterday I told everyone to live on a bus; this post is for those of you who started doing it. The next step is very important--it has to do with making your new home into something that reflects who you are inside. Don't forget that it's what's on the inside that counts--for you and your bus.
I have got two words for you, cowboy: Converted buses. This means that you can make your bus into anything you want. Anything! Like to surf? Of course you do, so convert your bus into a beach house, or surf shop. What about Thai food? Make that bus into a rolling restaurant--delicious! Get yourself a giant MCI coach or a Prevost bus and make it into anything you can think of. After all, if you are going to live in some kind of large converted bus then it might as well be something that defines you, as well as makes you look super cool.
It's about that time when you need to start looking for big RVs and buses, maybe you can even find a Prevost sale going on. If life is getting you down, maybe you need a change of pace. Living on a bus would be a pretty big change, but living on a converted bus would do more than just change your pace; it would change other things too. That’s right, other things too. I don't want to get into it, because it might ruin the surprise.