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Diesel or Not – That is the Question

For the past few months my husband has been trying to decide if our tow vehicle should have a diesel or gas engine. He has been researching this like crazy (did I mention driving me crazy in the process?) I now know way too much about the whole subject, so I thought I would share […]

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The One Thing I Absolutely HATE to Do!

I talk a big game about downsizing and decluttering.  I think I do okay…but here’s the dirty little secret, the thing I’m terrible about, the thing that is taking up way too much space in my house and I can’t move them all and I HATE dealing with it. PHOTOS! It’s pictures. We have boxes […]

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Why Do We Do It?

People are always asking me, “But why do you go to all these tiny house festivals?” For one thing you can actually get inside lots of tiny houses to see if it’s really for you. Plus, there’s a wealth of information to learn at the festivals, the people are so cool, and, well, here are […]

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The Periwinkle Tiny House

My favorite thing about this tiny house is… its owner, Patti Cannan! Well, and the colors, and all the personal touches Patti included in it which just make it one of the happiest tiny homes I’ve seen. Most of the interior items have a story behind them, many coming from family and others found at […]

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Meet Tiny House Guru Michelle Boyle!

This gal!!! Michelle Boyle!!! If you haven’t heard her speak or read her blog, get ready for some fun. Michelle has built her own tiny home, My Empty Nest, while working a full-time job.  She is the host of Tiny House Podcast, writes for Tiny House Magazine, travels around the country speaking at tiny house […]

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Veterans Community Project (VCP)

Retired Marine Kevin Jamison once had to say “no” to a homeless Veteran in need. That experience led him to co-found the Veterans Community Project, a group of Veterans who are “determined to fulfill the unmet needs of homeless Veterans, a task accomplished only by the community for the community.”   A mission to eliminate […]

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2017 Tiny House NC Street Festival

Tiny Houses! Dynamic Speakers! Workshops! North Carolina in the springtime! You know you wanna be there! Tiny house fans from all over will come together April 21-23 in Pink Hill, NC to tour tiny houses, attend workshops, talk with vendors, and hang out with tiny house enthusiasts for a fun weekend! I’m excited to announce […]

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Tiny Houses to be in Bankruptcy Auction

More than 20 tiny homes will be included in an online auction on April 4, 2017. The homes are located in northwest Alabama and are part of a court ordered liquidation of the company, Lil’ Lodges of Alabama, which has filed for bankruptcy. According to auctioneer Chip Pearce, these homes are built of high quality […]

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Mustard Seed Tiny Homes

Clint Gooch and his wife Haley, owners of Mustard Seed Tiny Homes, don’t just build tiny homes. They are using their business as a platform to plant seeds of hope, by donating a portion of the profits from each home towards helping people locally and internationally with housing needs. At the 2017 Georgia Tiny House […]

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Tiny House Expedition

Meet the People Who Inspire Us One of the best parts of the tiny house world is the wonderful people involved in the movement. So many of them are creative, brave, and caring enough to work towards a better world for us all. Going to tiny house gatherings and festivals is a great way to […]

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