Do you think you and your partner could live in just over 100 square feet?
This tiny house couple interviewed each other about what it’s like sharing a small space with the person you love. They asked questions like:
- What do you do when you fight?
- What is the BEST part about living in a tiny house with someone else?
- What is the WORST part about living in a tiny house with someone else?
- How has living tiny changed your relationship?
- What is the ideal Valentine’s day gift for a tiny houser?
What are some of the pros and cons? Always knowing where the other person is, but never being able to sit quietly and read without being interrupted. When you get sick, both people will almost definitely get sick, but you are close and can take care of each other.
And best of all, tiny living can give you freedom. If this couple didn’t live a tiny house, they’d still be in LA and at 3:30 in the afternoon and would be sitting in cubicles (not that there’s anything wrong with that). Hear it all below!
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What It’s Really Like Being a Tiny House Couple
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Discussion: Do you think you can live tiny with your partner? Why or why not? If so, how tiny do you think your limit would be? And would you rather go “small” instead? Let’s talk in the comments.
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