Robvanlife

About Me

After almost seven years working for the Dutch Police, I realised that this job wasn’t good for my mental health. Besides the horrible sh*t I saw during my career, I filled my private life with distractions. An insatiable lifestyle that didn’t make me happy. I decided to rent my house and give VanLife a try. I rediscovered myself and looked at life from a completely different angle. I suddenly felt free and could see where things in our society got messed up, and I still see many people struggling with the same stuff as me. So I have to share this with you! #vanlife didn’t give the desired effect to help others, so that’s why I redesigned my blog again. “the final version.”

Rob van Diessen

Vanlifer since 2018

Blog Articles

Latest Articles

The truth about my depression

The truth about my depression

I have to confess something. If you follow me, you probably noticed that I wasn't active on social media for a while. But, when I started to build my Van and put on gigantic stickers and was motivated to inspire thousands of people, things went a little bit...

GuitarFaces a unique NFT project explained

GuitarFaces a unique NFT project explained

Unique NFT project to solve one of the biggest problems in the world.GuitarFaces is my first unique NFT collection to fund a project that will better the world. My goal is to inspire, motivate, help and heal others. However, my...

Depression and the absurd link to creativity

Depression and the absurd link to creativity

Many people assume that creativity and depression are mutually exclusive. But the truth is that they can coexist, and they are linked. However, the link between creativity and depression is not as straightforward. I noticed that myself. Here is why there is a strong...

PROJECTS

Current Projects

GuitarFaces.nft

A unique art project on the Ethereum Blockchain to fund future projects that will better the world.

Time to Reset your brain

Dopamine Reset
Check the course

Latest NFT Collection

My mission

Help others to find sustainable happiness

Since puberty, I have experienced many emotional highs and deep lows in my life. Every time when I convinced myself I figured it out, it fell apart, and dark times followed. From failed relations to serious depression. However, even when we overcome these rollercoaster rides and learn a lot, some behaviours or beliefs get conditioned. Some of them don’t make sense at all and are hard to change by yourself. Check out my blog for my personal stories and projects.