Noami Grevemberg

Noami is the fire and passion behind Irie to Aurora. She’s a visionary and creator who believes in the power of sustainable thinking and healthy + ethical living and their ability to inspire us to live in harmony with our natural world. And she embodies this maxim in everything she does. Noami is also the founder of the Diversify Vanlife movement, a platform dedicated to creating a space for representation of BIPOC and other marginalized groups within the vanlife community.

Noami Grevemberg

11 Tips for a Truly Sustainable Camping Season

Eco-Friendly Habits For the Outdoors Tis the season. Spring is upon us and the outdoors are calling. If you’re anything like us, camping is your favorite springtime activity. It’s a great way to shake off the winter chill, recharge your batteries, get together with friends, and immerse yourself in nature. It’s also a great way …

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5 Minimalist Habits I Learned Living In A Van

It’s been over 4 years since Dustin and I sold most of our possessions and moved into our ‘85 Westy. We often laugh about being “accidental minimalists.” It wasn’t our plan, but the road sort of tailored our life in that direction. I mean, it’s hard not to be a minimalist when you live in …

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AIM FOR ZERO WASTE – A SIMPLE GUIDE TO JUMPSTART YOUR WASTE-FREE LIFE

So you have questions on how to get started with a zero waste lifestyle. Where do I start? What products do I need? How much should it cost? Zero waste is not an overnight process. At the same time, it shouldn’t be a complicated one. Before you start purging everything you own, read on for …

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LOW-WASTE BACKPACKING – GOING PLASTIC-FREE IN THE WILDERNESS

Dustin and I just wrapped up three glorious days on our first low waste backpacking trip in Yosemite National Park. This required a lot of planning and prepping – making lists, reevaluating our gear, etc. It also meant obtaining a level of awareness about our waste consumption that we’ve never had before. Though we could …

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