What happens when you are addicted to tiny living? You can't stop building and converting new structures. One man's DIY journey from 250 sq. ft. tiny house on wheels to car camper to 50 sq. ft.—living simple and free!
Guest Post: There’s always that first impression we get when we meet a person for the first time. However, did you also know that your home, tiny or large, from the outside and inside, is silently and unconsciously sending out signals about your personality?
Simple living can be the key to create a more fulfilling life. But it isn’t always easy to begin your journey, especially if you have a family. Brynne Burger’s new book is a must-read for anyone looking to end the chaos in their lives and find joy.
While in college, Bradley built an incredible tiny house for only $15,000. The level of thoughtfulness in his DIY home, blew us away, from creative storage solutions to a stylish aesthetic. So happy it survived hurricane flooding!
We had so much reading mean / odd comments from the comfort of our tiny house couch while throwing back a few drinks. Through a bit of fun, we shed a little light on the misconceptions about tiny living and what women are capable of…
Meet Alan, a seasoned fly fisherman and DIYer. He built a simple yet clever tiny home with recycled and reclaimed materials. Alan built it on his own land, a beautiful wooded lot in a rural neighborhood outside a Colorado mountain town. NOW featuring an audio version of our blog posts!
🚚🏠💨 Welcome to episode 17 of Today's Tiny House Parking Spot... we made it out of our super tight LA parking spot and made our way to beautiful Northern California. See inside our everyday tiny home life, meet our madly love tiny house couple friends, movement rock stars and more!
🚚🏠💨 Welcome to episode 16 of Today's Tiny House Parking Spot... we road tripped to Los Angeles! Our travels included fun roadside attractions to the 2nd tightest parking spot we’ve ever squeezed our tiny home on wheels into in our friend’s central LA driveway.