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I’m really excited to show you this man’s ‘road warrior’ tiny house that he built for only $9,174 because it reminds us of the real reasons to consider going tiny, which is to live life to the fullest.

His name is Josh, also known as, Artisan Josh (also @artison_josh on Instagram), and he’s been living and traveling with his tiny house all year!

His story also reminds us how we don’t need to spend so much money to build and live our dreams. I’m able to share this with you thanks to Jenna of Tiny House Giant Journey. Thanks and enjoy!


Inspiring Man Living Big in a $9,174 Tiny House!

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Ray, a 57-year-old engineer, spent two years building a Tiny House with innovative slide-outs so that he can retire without a mortgage and age comfortably in the space.1

Engineer Builds His Own DIY, Expanding Tiny Home for Retirement in Two Years!

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Feeling patriotic today? You might want to plan a vacation in the American Dream Tiny THOW at Mt. Hood Tiny House Village in Portland.


Jenna from Tiny House Giant Journey took a video tour of this home that’s built over the wheel wells to allow some extra square footage in the rental. You can sleep on the futon sofa or in the loft, and there’s plenty of counter space for cooking inside.

Enjoy her tour below and head over here to book your stay.

Related: Lil Red Tiny House: Video Tour with Tiny Houses Australia

Happy Fourth! American Dream Tiny Home on Wheels

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If you’re looking for some inspiration for living on the road cheaply, look no further than Dylan Magaster.

Jenna from Tiny House Giant Journey met up with Dylan, who converted his 1994 G20 van into an off-grid home for less than $5,500 (that includes the cost for the van itself). Because he works online (check out his YouTube channel here), he can make money while travelling coast to coast.

Watch his tour with Jenna below to get all the details about his off-grid rig. Enjoy!

Related: Kombi Life: Living in a VW Van from Brazil to Alaska

Dylan Magaster’s Cheap Off-Grid Van Life

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This is Jadon and Katie’s Good and Tiny House that I first saw featured on Jenna’s Tiny House Giant Journey.

I included Jenna’s video tour of the house below the pictures, and I also got in touch with Jadon and Katie myself and asked them some questions about their tiny life and adorable tiny home.

Their house is completely custom, built by Canadian tiny house builder, Mint Tiny Homes. It has one of the most amazing bathroom/mudrooms I’ve ever seen in a tiny, and it includes a back-wall staircase which is one of the best ways to include stairs in a THOW in my opinion.

So tune out the world for a few minutes and enjoy the pictures, video tour and interview below!

Related: Jenna’s Tiny House Giant Journey

Interview (& Video): Jadon and Katie’s Good and Tiny House

Images by Katie Good

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We told you about Jenna of Tiny House Giant Journey and her DIY tiny house before, but that was nearly three years ago, and it’s always fun to do an update.

Jenna had been travelling the United States in her tiny home with her boyfriend, but after they parted ways (not because of tiny living!) in October of 2016, she’s settled down in the Mt. Hood Tiny House Village and still blogs about her personal travels, tiny living and other people’s tiny homes. You can follow her blog here.

Take a look at her amazing, custom home below and be sure to check out the Resources to see where else you can follow Jenna. Enjoy!

Related: Couple and Their Dog Hit the Road with their DIY Tiny House

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This is a beach theme tiny house on wheels that Jenna from Tiny House Giant Journey is showing us.

It’s a vacation rental at the Tiny Digs Hotel in Portland, Oregon.

Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Beach Theme Tiny House on Wheels

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