So far Jacqueline has been living in her tiny house on wheels for several months.
She’s been learning how to transition into the lifestyle by using a composting toilet, changing her grocery shopping habits, cooking in a tiny kitchen, and more.
Jacqueline’s tiny house is about 190 sq. ft. with no loft. She’s living in it with her 4 guinea pigs, her cat, and a chihuahua, all of which were rescued.
She had someone else build her tiny house for her, which cost her about $39,000 (including $3,000 in transportation costs). What she didn’t expect were some hidden costs to get the home settled, stabilized, leveled, and add skirting on the outside. All of these hidden extras she said would probably add up to about $15,000!
Fortunately, Jacqueline is renting land from a friend’s 3-acre property and luckily enough there was already water and electricity available so those setup costs weren’t necessary. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
Jacqueline’s Life in her Tiny House on Wheels
Video: Jacqueline’s Tiny House
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