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Christine is a dental assistant who decided that she wanted to live in a tiny house for three reasons: because she likes small spaces, because she wanted to be comfortable financially, and because she wanted to have a smaller environmental footprint.

Winter iny house living – Exploring Alternatives 1

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This is the story of Mat and Danielle’s experience staying in a traditional Mongolian yurt, only this one is slightly modernized with some awesome floor to ceiling windows along one side.

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Traditional Mongolian Yurt with Floor to Ceiling Windows!

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This is a beautiful 20ft shipping container tiny house.

This container conversion is built by Alternative Living Spaces out of Las Vegas, Nevada.

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20ft Shipping Container Tiny House

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After finishing school, Jocelyn and Jarvis had $96,000 of debt from student loans, credit cards, and buying a small rural property. They made some big changes to their lifestyle – using cash instead of credit, buying nothing new, and moving to a smaller apartment – and they were able to pay off their entire debt in 20 months.

Debt Free tiny house fimily of 4 – Exploring Alternatives 2

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Eamon & Bec are a couple of Toronto-based entrepreneurs who live full-time in their DIY camper van conversion to save money and travel while they run their business — Chai Wala.

Eamon and Bec – Camper Van Life – Exploring Alternatives 3

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Kate and Simon built this 250 square foot Scandinavian-style tiny house as a cottage for their family of 3, and have since started a tiny house-building business called Cabane.

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The Cob Cottage is one of the most famous (and beautiful!) cob buildings in the world. It’s located on Mayne Island in British Columbia, Canada and it is the 4th most wish-listed property on Airbnb!

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