I wanted to let you guys know that Jay Shafer of Tumbleweed Houses just released their first Tiny House Poster.
It features the Anderjack Box Bungalow along with hollyhock flowers in front of it.
I just placed my order for it right now so that I can hang it up in my office.
Are Tiny House Posters Bad?
When I first saw these I thought, “hmm, a poster of a tiny house.” I know that some of you are leery about ordering merchandise since we always talk about helping the environment.
I’m all for conserving our environment and spreading the word about more sustainable lifestyles but I’m not going to be one of those people who take it to the extreme of refusing to buy anything or worse publicly ragging on people and companies who offer products to people.
Did you know that providing yourself with visuals of what you want in life helps you attract it faster? By having something (like this poster) that represents what you want you are constantly reminding yourself, thinking about, and creating emotional power and energy to attain it. In this case it’s a tiny house.
If you want happiness or children then get a poster of kids that are laughing and post it on your wall because that will generate some great energy for your life. And of course it can be anything! Even something you create yourself.
The Anderjack Box Bungalow Tiny House Poster
The poster is 18″ wide and 24″ tall and it’s printed out of #80 recycled paper.