This is part 3 with TinyHouse43 with Meg, Brandy, & Lil’ RAD. In Part 2 we asked why they decided to downsize from over 3000SF to under 200SF and why they decided to do most of the work themselves instead of buying a pre-made, finished house. In this final installment (at least for now) we […]
I love to garden, but it has always been on my terms. If the weather is just right, and the sun is shining, and the birds are singing, and Jupiter aligns with Mars, then you’ll find me out there with my trowel in hand. This year was going to be different. I was going to start early and keep up with it. I did; I really did try to get out there and get things done, but then it got cold again. I’m tired of the cold, and just want to curl up in a blanket instead of get out there in the dirt. Then I think of the famous Yoda saying, Do. Or Do Not. There is no try. And…Out I go! Maybe I’ll find my own Yoda sitting and chatting with our garden gnomes.
I came across TinyHouse43 while researching Tiny House workshops. I wanted to look at what was out there, in the way of Teaching / Building Weekends to see if we could add to the mix. There were a couple companies I found, but the one thing I noticed was the lack of hands-on experience. Actually, […]
This is Part One of a Re-Post from a fellow Tiny Couple who bought the shell of a Tiny Home on Wheels and are finishing all the rest themselves. Meg breaks down just some of the costs in this post. It’s eye opening and that’s why I think it’s so important to contribute into the […]
To all our followers ~ You may have gotten the feeling that we have had an on-again, off-again thing ~ a love/hate relationship with blogging about Tiny Houses. My feelings were, and I’ll be brutally honest with you, if you want to live Tiny, Just Do It ~(as the Nike tag line says). You don’t need us or anyone else telling you how to do it because it’s an individual journey that’s always different for each of us. What I didn’t realize though – is that it can be really scary to downsize from a full size home to a Tiny. I think we can help take away some of the “scary” part of that.