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This is a tiny house story session over beers with Jenna of Tiny House Giant Journey and Alexis and Christian of Tiny House Expedition.

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…

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Beers with Tiny Houser Jenna Spesard of Tiny House Giant Journey Alongside Alexis and Christian of Tiny House Expedition

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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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Family living in a 338-square-foot tiny house for almost 2 years and why they did it…

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This is Sean & Angie Johnson’s Tiny House: The Casa Paspin.

The couple spent 8 months building the self-designed creation and just moved in this January. They are already loving their tiny life and are saving 60% of their income by not renting anymore. Good for them! Read our interview with them below the photo tour.

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Tour Sean & Angie’s Amazing Tiny House!

Tiny House Couple Now Saving Half Their Income!

Images via Sean and Angie Johnson

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This is the story of a young man who started building his own mortgage-free tiny house at age 18.

Now, at age 21, Josh and his girlfriend Lindsay are almost done building it and getting ready to move in.

In the beginning, he started the project with a summer job to save money for the trailer and building materials.

Three years later, he’s almost finished! And Josh is proud to say that he’s kept the project debt-free.

He also decided to start his own tiny house construction company called Red Door Tiny Homes. He offers tiny house framing plans and building services.

At Age 18, He Started Building this Debt-free Tiny Home

Mortgage-free Tiny House 001

Images © Exploring Alternatives via YouTube

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Are you designing/building a tiny house of your own and want to share your experience with the world through National Television? If so you’re at the right place!

If so you’re at the right place because below you’ll find links and contact information if you want to find out and apply for casting for one of the many TV shows on cable television now dedicated to tiny house living. If you don’t want to be on TV, but would like to share your story on Tiny House Talk just send your story and photos to us here. Thank you!

Let us know if you find anything I might be missing in the comments below so this can remain and ever-growing resource for others who are also interested. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!

Casting for Tiny House TV Shows

Tiny House TV Show Casting

Image © tuulijumala/bigstockphoto

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Living in a Tiny House is All About… Seasonal Changes… Adaptive Living by Shirley Loomis

Six months ago I moved into my tiny house.  It was the tail end of spring and the start of another New England summer. As fortune would have it, I was in rural Maine, out of the Boston rat race for the first time in thirty years.  The mosquitoes; large enough to pick up a small child, were the only blemish on my idyllic slice of heaven.  It was the perfect place to start working out the kinks of full time tiny house living.

So now that it is six months later and the snow is flying what have I learned?

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