This wasn't an impulse buy though; Lipskin had been considering moving into a tiny home for quite some time. "I wanted to have something where I could live sustainably, enjoy being outside more, and not have to worry about paying property taxes or a mortgage or any of those things," she says. After watching the documentary Garbage Warrior about architect Michael Reynolds, Lipskin started looking into tiny houses, RVs, and bus conversions. Three years later — and $118,000 into renovations — and Lipskin has a dreamy, airy home-on-wheels. Read ahead to learn more about the process.