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This is a 48-sq.-ft. micro cottage that sleeps two. It’s the My Tiny Bird House by MJ Boyle and is available as a vacation rental on Airbnb.

Outside, it’s a charming micro bungalow cottage! Step inside to find two twin beds (bunk-style), kitchenette on the main level, drawer toilet under bed with cedar loo outhouse option, private outdoor shower, BBQ, and deck. What do you think of it? Take a look below and let us know in the comments.

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Cozy Micro Cottage in the Woods – Sherwood, Oregon

Cozy Micro Cottage in the Woods via Michelle-Airbnb 001

Images via Michelle/Airbnb

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This is My Tiny Wine Wagon… It’s MJ’s stylish and cozy wine-theme tiny house on wheels that’s part of her tiny house village in Sherwood, Oregon.

That’s right, you can actually book a vacation in this tiny house using Airbnb. But before that, it was an old pancake shack, she bought it for $1,000, it was moved 5 different times, redesigned about a dozen times, and about $15,000 spent on it. What all started as an unwanted pancake shack on wheels and a $1,000 investment is now a dream tiny house, built for only $15k (she explains how in this podcast) but is easily worth much more. This is My Tiny Wine Wagon by My Tiny Empty Nest.

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MJ’s My Tiny Wine Wagon Tiny House Experience

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Images via Michelle/Airbnb by Mark Sharley Photography

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This is to announce the 2020 Tiny House Festival Australia at the Bendigo Racecourse in Bendigo, Victoria.

It’s happening March 21-22, 2020 10am – 6pm daily and includes speakers like Jay Shafer, Dee Williams, MJ Boyle, Zack Giffin, John Weisbarth, and more, so attendees will get to enjoy speakers, workshops, and tiny house tours.

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2020 Australia Tiny House Festival in Bendigo, Victoria

2020 Tiny House Festival at Bendigo Racecourse Jay Shafer Dee Williams Zack Giffin Speakers 001

Images via Tiny House Festival Australia/Facebook

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Did you know about the Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast with Ethan Waldman? I wasn’t sure if you did! Well, if you’re interested in learning more about living tiny, this is one of the best podcasts you can listen to.

The episodes are free and are usually 25 minutes to an hour long, which is perfect for a commute, gym session, laundry session, the dishes, or a nice walk if you’re lucky enough to have all your chores done.

Anyways, the episodes are all very interesting and cover a wide range of topics. You may learn what it takes to go completely off-grid, how to advocate for tiny homes in your city, or how a musician uses a tiny house on wheels to travel and tour full-time. You get a list of some of my favorite episodes below which you can enjoy right away. Please go ahead and scroll down to enjoy. Thanks!

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The Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast with Ethan Waldman – Learn What It Takes to Live Tiny with this Free Podcast!

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This is the story of M.J. Boyle who built her first tiny house, then decided to keep going! And now you can take a tiny house vacation in her village! This story is brought to you by Tiny House Giant Journey.

M.J. Boyle built herself a Tiny House to free her finances and THEN decided to build three more to create her own Tiny House Village!1

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M.J. Boyle’s inspiring tiny house journey

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This is Michelle “MJ” Boyle. She’s a mother of two who recently built her own tiny home on wheels to retire in (sort of). Michelle plans on building more tiny homes so that she can rent them out for income.

Her THOW has what she calls a “modern nostalgia” style. In fact, Michelle spent two years collecting and refurbishing appliances from the mid 1940’s and early 1950’s for her kitchen. How awesome is that?

Anyway, I’m able to put together this post and share it with you thanks to the incredible Dylan Magaster on YouTube so be sure to subscribe to his videos (they’re amazing)!

Mother of Two’s “Modern Nostalgic” Tiny Home

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