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10 things no one tells you about building a housebus

By Bridget Porter  |  March 21, 2020

I’m writing this post because the greatest writer in the world, my Dad, just whatsapped me to tell me that he’d re-read an old blog post of mine, that it was wonderful and that he was patiently awaiting a new one. And what do you do if the world’s greatest writer says he’s waiting for a blog post from you? You write a blog post, of course. So this is for you Dad, thanks for the motivation and a lifetime of inspiration!

The greatest writer, and me.

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Pre bus-life fears

By Bridget Porter  |  April 02, 2019

“If your dreams don’t scare you, they are not big enough.” Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said this. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf was the first female head of state ever to be democratically elected in Africa. She also won a Nobel Peace Prize in 2011 for her efforts to further women’s rights. She has a good heart and her priorities in check. In other words, we’d probably be wise to follow her advice.

Dream big, I dare you!

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Our tips on demolishing bus interiors

By Bridget Porter  |  January 14, 2019

We’re back! Back into our routines after three inspiring weeks in New Zealand. We’re still blissfully full of ham, Christmas pudding & Terry’s Chocolate Oranges, and we even still have a bit of Christmas cheer.. but physically, we are pooped. Here we detail a few tips that we wish we knew at the start of our demolition and the tools we used.

Alex’s “do we have to be taking a photo right now” face

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