I just got an interesting message on Facebook from a reader who jokingly suggested there should be a tinyhousemingle.com so people like us who are interested in tiny houses can find dates with similar interests.
Haha, there’s a question I’ve never been asked before! But really.. why not? At first I couldn’t think of anything so I thought this would be a great topic to write about and gather ideas on.
After you read my initial thoughts below maybe you can help me come up with more ideas in the comments?
I figured I’d give you as many tips that I could think of to help meet other people who will most likely be interested in living small as well. So here they are:
- Yoga classes and events
- Kayaking events, groups and clubs
For more photos and information on Tammy and Logan check out RowdyKittens.com. I encourage you to read the rest of our tiny house dating ideas below:
- Cycling events and bicycle groups
- Artist gatherings
- Martial arts classes
- Environmental groups
If any of these ideas interest you I think that you are most likely to run into a person living consciously and simply in these sort of gatherings.
Here’s a video tour of Tammy & Logan’s tiny house where they both live in full-time:
Can you think of any more that I should add? Where do you like to go and what do you like to do on your spare time? Do you think a tiny house dating website is a good idea?
Here are some other related articles that might interest you:
- Couple Living in 204-square-foot Tiny House
- Little House Couple on MSN
- 5 Reasons Not to Live in a Tiny Home
- You and Yours Truly Living Tiny: Think You Can Do It?
- 5 Lessons in Downsizing from a Couple’s Perspective
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