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.
I’m staring into nothing. I’m fed up with it. What do I do? It’s the summer of 2008. I’m at home, receiving sickness benefit and guidance from the Employee Insurance Agency. It’s time for Frie to be implemented again, back into society. No, no, no, no, no! I don’t want to go back to what […]Continue Reading... 3 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.
The continuation of part 1 (What made me want to do it?) December 2013 There it is, the plan to build my own home. My own home! On wheels. Tiny. Using mainly natural materials. All I can feel is YES. Yes! Towards the idea. Yes! To turning this into a project. Yes! To writing about […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
The idea: meeting people during my visit to the Tiny House Jamboree in Colorado Springs to see if I can visit them in their Tiny Houses on my way back. So… I rented a car. I had a tent in the back of the trunk and a few days ahead of the Jamboree I checked the Tiny […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
Oh my, a memorable weekend that was! The Tiny House Jamboree 2015 in Colorado Springs, USA. Three days of Tiny Houses but above all, three days with its wonderful people. Inspiration, warmth, openness, involvement. Can you imagine that, with 40.000 visitors? One huge Tiny House family. An unexpected gigantic success and if you ask me, […]Continue Reading... 16 Comments.