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‘TINY” is a not only a documentary about one man’s journey building a tiny house on a trailer from scratch, but it’s also about other families around America who are living in less than 400 square feet.
In this episode, Deek will not only talk to you about micro architecture but he’ll show you around one of his very own micro houses made out of reclaimed materials.
He’ll also talk to you about his early inspirations and show you a few of his other tiny house projects.
I like small & tiny houses because they offer us the freedom to live life how we want. For me, it’s all about less clutter/stuff, and more freedom/choices. Would you be willing to agree on that?
You can choose to spend more time with your family, do more of the work you love, and have enough money left over to enjoy life with the people you love.
Although more and more people are choosing to live this way, it’s not usually the most popular way to go about life in the everyday world. So here are three tips on how to deal with people who don’t agree with your lifestyle choices.
3 Important Foundational Beliefs When Choosing the Simple, Passionate Life
If you’re going to live life on your terms, you’re going to find these three foundational beliefs to be extremely helpful in your transition to the simple life. Afterwards share what you liked best and found most helpful in the comments.
1. Dealing With Unwarranted Advice
Friends, family members, and co-workers tend to give advice on subjects that they have no qualifications in. And sometimes, for whatever reason, we’re tricked/influenced into listening to this nonsense.
The first step when you find yourself in a situation when someone is giving you advice is to ask yourself, “Do I want any of the results that this person has?”
The house is 8′ wide and 24′ long. Right above the hitch is where the LP tanks are stored along with the hot water heater.
Right next to the water heater is where the water inlet is located so you can hook a hose up to there just like you would with an RV and have access to water.
Then just below that area is where the power supply is, and again- just like an RV- you can plug this in to an RV park or a generator and power many of the appliances inside.
This tiny house weighs approximately 6,740 lbs and it’s supported by two 5,500 lbs brake axles. The front porch is large enough to sit and relax in and keep you covered during rain.
Once you walk inside the kitchen is to the right with dining table to the left. In between the entrance door are two storage compartments on both sides. This is where Travis keeps his food and other supplies.