Seriously, I mean, it feels very spacious and it’s liberating not having all the clutter. But a few years down the row there are some things that keeps rearing its ugly head, as a result of the downsizing. And it makes me laugh. It truly is because of that and it doesn’t seem to change […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
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.
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.
Prior to the start of my project, I felt very clearly that I also wanted to have a website with a blog. Even well before the actual build of my own Tiny House. The reason? I came across a lot of sites, blogs and other Tiny House initiatives, but I rarely stumbled into writings on that […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
(also convenient if you’re not about to go small) A regular sized family home. Living room. Bed rooms. Office space. Bath room. Walk in closet. Pantry. Small barn. Garden. Kitchen. What’s in there has to fit into a Tiny Home. Think about the size of an RV. Yeah, right… Well, that is what you call […]Continue Reading... No Comments.