Tiny Homes & Frugal Living
If you’re a nature lover, or if you just love beautiful tiny homes, here’s one you’re going to adore!
Thinking of doing some budget van travel – or even living on the road? This story will inspire you — especially if you’re a woman!
In 2016, the popularity of tiny homes grew enormously and we all sorts of new types arise. Here are Bryce Langston’s TOP 5 for the year. Enjoy!
Nervous that you can’t build your own tiny home? This women did it at age 18 with no experience!
Are you looking for a tiny house that can be built for under $20K? Check out what you can do with a shipping container.
Some tiny homes can be costly. If you want to live in a tiny house and own it outright, check out these 6 models.
The Tiny House of Slow Town’, one of the ‘Slow Town’ projects, is the building of small houses that uses the least modules out of woods to expand the inadequate accommodations in Gangwon city, the host city for the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Winter Games, and also to provide an easy access to the geographical beauty of the city.
If you’re interested in hip, tiny dwellings, you’ve got to see this “housebus”!
Ceola Waddell Jr, 59, furnished an underpass in L.A.’s 110 freeway near Coliseum, complete with a makeshift jacuzzi, two porcelain toilets, couches, discarded refrigerators, and a four-poster bed, the Daily Mail reported. City officials, however, are not so pleased with his decision to deck out the freeway underpass. They say the site is dangerous and that Waddell has turned down their offers for temporary housing and homeless services.
If you think living in a tiny home means roughing it, you need to watch this tiny house video tour.
Could you go a year without shopping – that is buying nothing other than food? Check out what happened when one woman made the vow not to shop in 2016.
Many governments around the country either ban tiny homes or force them to be connected to the utility grid.
You’re never too old to downsize. In fact, a tiny home may allow you to retire earlier. Read about one happy couple’s experience.
Henry David Thoreau, the American author, poet, and philosopher (among other things) who wrote the classic essay “Walden” is somewhat of a poster boy for many in the tiny house movement. Thoreau himself lived in a tiny house (a 10′ × 15′ English style cottage) near Walden ponds. He spent more than two years living is this small cottage, contemplating life and turning conventional living on its head.
In a pioneering experiment in sustainable living, Pamela Bosch’s organization Highland Hemp House is using hemp imported from Europe to make model energy and resource efficient homes.