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Method to NOMADness!

Ross and Sheena are 2 very cool people with 2 adorable dogs and a super cool tiny house. They are on a great adventure and in their words, “Our only goals are: enjoy life, avoid the snow, and go to every National Park to which we can drive.” Sounds pretty good to me! They set […]

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A Skoolie You Have to See!

You’ll be amazed when you see the inside of this bus! Known as the Midwest Wanderers, Luke and Rachel Davis built, live, and travel in their skoolie. The unadorned exterior does not prepare you for what you see when you get inside! Wait…that’s a school bus ceiling? No way! Luke and Rachel raised the roof, […]

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A Tiny Build – Right Before Our Eyes!

No Fear! Gwen McShepard believes it starts with a dream, and she is making her dream come true. In spring 2017, Gwen started making plans to build her own tiny house…herself!  She spent some time planning and researching, and in late August she began the build. Gwen decided to build her tiny house with the […]

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What Happens to Tiny Houses During a Hurricane?

You might be surprised at the answer. Several Florida tiny house owners recently learned just how tough their tiny houses are! During the Tennessee Tiny House Festival, Hurricane Irma was paying a visit to my home state of Florida. I wasn’t sure if our traditional house on a foundation would be there when we got […]

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Why Not Me, Indeed!

I’ve had to reinvent myself many times due to life circumstances. The best gift I’ve ever received is from my mom, who taught me that if I wanted something I should just go out and make it happen. Much to her chagrin, I took this literally and had some adventures that scared her, but she […]

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Artisan Josh and his Tiny Home

Every detail of this tiny house built by Artisan Josh is creative, useful, and a work of art. Josh, a Certified Master Tradesman, Contractor, Artisan, and Muralist, used his 21 years of design, construction, and fabrication experience to build his 12′ self-sustaining tiny home. It is his full-time home and workplace. In one end of […]

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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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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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