Part 1 – The News Incredibly good news from the movement in the USA! Tiny houses on wheels are now officially allowed, to live in full-time, in several areas in the Colorado Springs (Colorado) region. El Paso County changed the game and wishes to help other municipalities to follow suit! Darin J. Zaruba: “It’s […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Something’s changed. I used to think of my previous average sized home as a nice, secure place, and a safe haven. Like the shell of a turtle. But it was also too big, a burden, and at the end too expensive for what I really needed. The tiny home as a first home came into […]Continue Reading... 10 Comments.
Turning tiny, the American book with over 60 personal tiny house stories from TH peeps such as Jay Shafer, Andrew Morrison, Dee Williams, Andrew Odom, Darin Zaruba, and many more. Each contributor takes you on a personal journey through their story of how they turned tiny. After reading it, you have a better understanding of where […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
She looks at me with her big and beautiful eyes. My little niece. A small bundle of joy with bouncing curls on her head. Eye lashes so long, they tend to tangle up. An Elf. I’m sitting in a chair in the orangerie of my parents and she places her little hands on my belly. […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
I’m proud to announce that an article of mine is featured in Tiny House Magazine issue … 35! Honest Reminder, a journal entry A personal story, a moment in time, about pioneering, goofy hair, and being a bit too aware of yourself. Human, sometimes funny drama stuff that you can stumble into while being busy […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
I’m proud to announce that an article of mine is featured in Tiny House Magazine issue 33! All The Way, the personal story of how I got it into my head to go to the USA to see some Tiny Houses. All I had was some money for a plane ticket and four months to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
“Somewhere on the countryside. Birds surround me. The doors are open. At a distance I can hear the cows rattle in the feeding racks. A moohhhh… My day just started. The smell of fresh coffee is filling up my home and I’m standing in the doorway holding my cup. My home warms me. The colour […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.