Do you ever wonder what it’s like living in a tiny house? The best way is to go rent one and spend a few nights in one. That’s why we have a tiny house vacations category. Go try one out if you’re serious about it. But another fun way to explore the idea of tiny living is to sort of daydream and imagine what it would be like living in a tiny house, right?
And the best part is, you can do that right here right now without having to go anywhere or spend any money. So here are a collection of videos that will help you imagine and almost experience what it would be like living tiny! Please enjoy, bookmark this page and return later, and please let me know in the comments… How do you think your life would be like if you went tiny? Would it be better than it is now, you think? Why?
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What It’s REALLY Like to Live in a Tiny House And How to Figure out if it Would be Good or Bad for YOU…
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To tiny… or not to tiny?
That is the question, right? Let’s explore that questions below.
VIDEO: He Built a $1,500 tiny house in Orlando and is growing his own food, too…
Rob Greenfield built his tiny house using 99% reclaimed and secondhand materials and while doing so generated just 30 lbs. of waste. But that’s not all. He grows his own food, has an outdoor kitchen, bathroom, composting system, micro garden, and he even has a way to convert food scraps into gas for cooking.
VIDEO: She went tiny so she could achieve financial freedom
After renting apartments for over ten years, Natasha decided she would go tiny. That was after watching almost every tiny house video on YouTube and attending a tiny house festival in Lantier, QC. This is where she met Lumbec, a tiny house construction company. They’re the ones who built her dream tiny house. Natasha found a legal place to live in it year-round in an RV-park.
VIDEO: This couple lived tiny and off-the-grid for 3 years but then moved on and sold it…
This couple lived in their tiny house for about three years after being renters. It’s a fully off-grid tiny house with solar, rainwater collection, and a composting toilet.
VIDEO: WARNINGS Before You Go Tiny: What STINKS About Living in a Tiny House and Why You Might End Up Hating It
We actually did an entire post on this right here where we go more in-depth into the topic. We called the post, “Why you might hate your tiny house.” That’s why it’s important to try it out for yourself.
Think it through. Be sure that the pros outweigh the cons for you. And also, be sure that the cons are not deal-breakers for you. Remember, you don’t have to go tiny. You can go small! Or you can even stay where you are now and simplify other parts of your life anyway. Like your wardrobe and other belongings.
How do you think your life would be like if you went tiny? Would it be better than it is now, you think? Why?
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