This is the story of Kahla and Gary, and the tiny house they’re living in out of Durango, Colorado in a tiny house community.
They met while hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, decided to hike it together, and proceeded to move into Kahla’s tiny house together because she was already building it with the help of her parents. From time to time, they still live out of their backpacks.
This is the story of Michele’s Pawsitively Tiny House. Recently, she reached five years living in her tiny house, and has recently made some pretty big changes, which I’ll allow her to fill you in on… Enjoy! 🙂
This is year 5 living in my tiny, and I have had many changes in the last 6 months. After living in the country for 3 years, I decided to move back to the city, (Cleveland, Ohio) to be closer to family.
“A mother lives in a 270-square-foot tiny house with her 2 children and 2 dogs. Here’s what it’s like inside,” is the title of the story over at Insider by Frank Olito who did the story on Amanda Burger and her tiny house life in Florida.
According to the story, before going tiny, she lived in a 2800-square-foot home. After separating from her spouse, she decided to downsize into a tiny house. What do you think?
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.
Doug comes from a sales background. Now, they live a completely different life. And they love it. He figured out how to build a log cabin in 90 days. They even have their own horse and buggy! By the way, they left the city and have been doing this for over 7 years now.
This is the story (and tour) of Bruce and Shari’s tiny house with a main floor bedroom. It’s the Dragonfly model from Core Housing Solutions which starts at $39,500 – it’s probably the most affordable 34.5-foot tiny house on wheels you can find and it’s built with SIP panels.
This video tour is really great because you can see what a tiny house like this looks like after it’s moved into. Granted, this couple moved into their tiny house from an even smaller space so it was actually an upsize for them, believe it or not.
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!🙏
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