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  • The Happy Nomad

  • Live with Less and Find What Really Matters
  • By: Charlotte Bradman
  • Length: 10 hrs

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The Happy Nomad

By: Charlotte Bradman
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Publisher's Summary

How much do you need to be happy?

'You'll be pregnant and drinking cider outside Tesco by the age of 16.' By age 17, Charlotte Bradman was pregnant. By 30, with a dysfunctional relationship falling apart, her house was repossessed.

Shedding her possessions and stripping back life to the basics, Charlotte used the last of her savings to buy a campervan...a creaky, old van with no loo or onboard water. It was the best thing she ever did.
Come along on this moving ride as Charlotte finds true stability and security, learning that all she needs is a recharging van battery, a dry bed, and an unspoilt sea view.

Self-confessional, observational and darkly humorous, this is an engrossing and inspirational story of resilience and fortitude. If you're dreaming of a simpler life, you need to read The Happy Nomad.

©2024 Charlotte Bradman (P)2024 Hodder & Stoughton Limited

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