In this episode, we speak to Tim Mastic, who moved into an Escape tiny house near Tampa, Florida, at one of their new tiny house village developments. He was the first resident to move in to this brand new community. In this episode, you’ll discover:
What Tim’s tiny house is like
How he made the decision
Why he went tiny
What he considered before going tiny
His life before going tiny
Tim’s electric bill during the most recent summer months in Florida
An audio tour of his tiny house
What it’s like working from home in his tiny house
We talk about his tall tiny house loft
We discuss tiny house retirement
Starting out tiny as a young person
And much more!
He Moved Into A Tiny House… Here’s What It’s Like And Why He Did It… (Tiny House Talk Podcast Interview)
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This is the story of Tyshae and her realized dream to live in a tiny house. She had been dreaming and wanting to live in her own tiny home since she was 11-years-old.
So she left California and moved into this wonderful tiny home village in Texas. Here’s the full tour and story behind her tiny house and her new simple lifestyle. Enjoy this story thanks to our friends at Tiny Home Tours/YouTube!
This is the story of Nate and his box truck tiny house conversion. Originally, he bought the 1989 Ford E350 for $9,250. The best part is that it only had 33K miles on it. Turns out, it wasn’t really being driven very much, it was being used as a mostly stationary bunkhouse/cabin in Auburn.
So Nate proceeded to gut it so he could start a new build from scratch. Now it’s completely customized and features redwood inside, a lift kit, 4-wheel drive conversion, a DIY composting toilet, and much more. There’s a lot we can learn from Nate below so please enjoy and let us know what you learned from his story and his box truck tiny house conversion in the comments. Thanks.
It’s really fun and insightful getting to sit alongside these wonderful tiny house people who have traveled thousands and thousands of miles with their tiny homes in tow and get to listen in and absorb some of their knowledge and experience! And, they’re super fun, too. Enjoy…
This is the story of a young couple, Sam and Mary, who wanted to live tiny but also plan on starting a family.
So they decided to design and build a tiny house on wheels that would accommodate that! And they went from apartment, to tiny house thanks to the help of their builder, Mint Tiny Homes. Here’s their story thanks to Jenna at Tiny House Giant Journey.
This is the story of the Mejia family and how they ended up to downsize into a tiny house that they built themselves. Before they were living tiny, they were super busy, and would hardly really get to spend very much quality time with each other and with their son.
Then, the lay off came. That’s when they started seriously looking into alternatives and ran into the tiny house movement. The rest, as they say, is history. Please enjoy. This story is brought to you by Tiny House Giant Journey. Thanks, Jenna!🙏
This is the story of Tyler who is an engineering grad and the tiny house that he built for only $15,000 USD thanks to the help of friends, family, and recycled materials. Isn’t it pretty cool that tiny houses on trailers can be an inexpensive and mobile housing option?
Update: Of course, it’s 2021 now, and today, this tiny house would probably cost much more to build because of the rise in lumber prices and other building materials.
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