The Nomadic Movement: Net Worth, Lawsuit and Incomes (2024)

If you’re a fan of their YouTube channel and want to know:

➜ Where their current cabin is located

➜ How much they make on YouTube

➜ How they saved up for their cabin

➜ If they are single or have a boyfriend

➜ What is their net worth and income

➜ Where you can source more details

➜ Discover any of their cabin secrets

Then you’re in the right place!

Let’s journey into their #cabinlife story.

The Channel

The Nomadic Movement

Real Name(s)

Their real names are Jordan and Kaylie.

They have a baby girl together called Sadie.

The Cabin

They are currently building their tiny home and A-frame home in countryside Vermont.

However, they’re living in their Airstream RV at the same time while this is being built.


They are located in Stowe, VT but have spent a considerable amount of time in Panama.

If you want to visit their coffee shop, you’ll find them 1815 Pucker St Unit 4, Stowe, VT. This is a chance to meet this beautiful couple in person.


Jordan comes from a family of photographers which explains their epic camera shots.

He did operate his own restaurant which was a nightmare to operate, since he didn’t wish to pursue photography.

Net Worth

YouTube couples are often wealthier than we imagine.

Here in 2024, The Nomadic Movement has a net worth of $1,500,000. At least, that’s what I estimate right now!

That certainly helps them live the idyllic life in the woods.


It’s also surprising how much their channel makes.

The Nomadic Movement makes $9,500 per month on YouTube.

They make money from:

➜ Their Patreon subscribers

➜ The YouTube ads

➜ eCommerce sales of their coffee

➜ Occasional brand sponsorships

➜ Sales of their video course

So it’s clear that they’re treating their YouTube channel like a business.


I haven’t seen them collaborate with any other homesteading channels, but they’ve done a ton with van lifers.

Big Moments

During their journey, they have dealt with some tough times living in Panama:

Things haven’t been easy which explains why they live a half-life in Panama and another in North America.

Future Plans

It’s unclear what they’ll do in the future.


They have no gossip, nor have they created any controversy.


What can we learn from their #cabinpreneur journey?

➜ Seek out the simple life

➜ Stay humble despite your wealth

➜ Find a supportive partner

And work hard to achieve your freedom

My Thoughts

Their story of shifting from van life has truly inspired me. I’m in the same part of my life, and I owe a debt of gratitude for them sharing their lessons along the way.

This quote from Jordan inspires me and aligns with the Cabinpreneur vision:

If you’re relying on a government to make you happy, you’re in for a bad time.

Your Cabin

Inspired by their homesteading story?

Ready to build your cabin in the woods?

Paired with a sustainable online income?

Then Cabinpreneur is here to help you.

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