EIR 009: Photographer Thilo Vogel about minimalism and living in a rooftop tent on your car


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I met Thilo the first time on the DNX conference in Berlin and while waiting in the line for lunch we started to chat about travelling and electric cars. While I told Thilo about my just launched podcast, he explained me that he lives in his car and actually sleeps in a rooftop tent. Thilo is a great guy. He is relaxed, humble and just fun to be around! We got along perfect and a few weeks after the DNX I asked him for an interview. I was fascinated how hands on Thilos approach for a minimalistic life was.
We recorded that interview during the G20 conference in Hamburg and Thilo had to relocate before we started because of the helicopter noises in the background. While I was waiting in my flat, he just drove to a more quiet spot and proved immediately the advantages of living in a car.
We had a great discussion about how to life more minimalistic, which has a big impact! Listen to this fun interview and follow Thilo on his adventures!

Thilos Hacks and tipps
1. Consume less – Do I really need this? If you buy something, replace something else
2. Stick with your stuff – use it longer
3. Think the easy way
4. Leave the place cleaner than it was, when you arrived.

Show notes
Thilo Vogel Photography
Vogel Adventure
Vogel Adventure Facebook
Vogel Adventure Instagram
Rooftop Tent Nomads
DNX Digital Nomad Conference

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Thilo and myself “ähm” together this time ?

photo: by Thilo himself

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