Embarrassing Fact, I've never really 'done the dishes'. Sure, growing up we had to 'do the dishes' which meant cramming the racks as full as we could, dumping in some powder and pressing a button. Of course every now and then I'd scrub a pan or rinse a glass, but I've never lived without a . . .
Ok, so you've made the big decision to downsize. (YAY!) But that's as far as you've gotten. The next step? Your Tiny House Budget, aka how the heck are you gonna pay for all this! Obviously a big upside to downsizing is the ease on finances, but there are a lot of unforeseen upfront costs to going . . .
Whenever we first mention to people we live in a trailer, people are first a bit shocked (I might go as far as to say confused?)... then totally intrigued. I actually have to catch myself sometimes, picking and choosing when to tell people so I don't get bombarded with questions or take away focus. . . .
Of course it is....Pretty much everything in current pop culture is a trend or movement. The tiny house movement is no exception. Just like in the fashion industry, trends come and go. In 2015 we saw a huge uptick in high-waisted shorts, platforms and wide leg jeans…the same exact looks that were . . .
When most people think about their dream bathroom...'tiny' is not exactly the first word that comes to mind. Our bathroom officially measures a solid 5 by 5 sq.ft. Yup. That's it. It is definitely, by any definition, a tiny bathroom. And it gets the job done. Overall it hasn't been an issue at . . .
Living with pets in a tiny home is a concern many families may have when they're considering a transition to a tiny home. It's a very reasonable thing to be concerned about. It's a serious issue that must be carefully evaluated before deciding to downsize.We currently live in 220 sq.ft with both of . . .
How in the world has it already been almost 3 months since we moved into #DukeTheTravelTrailer?! RV living is definitely different than what I envisioned, but not necessarily in a bad way. We've had a few hiccups and challenges the past month, but overall, we're having a great experience living our . . .
Here is something simple and powerful to think about: Imagine waking up everyday knowing that everything you saw, felt, ate, experienced, interacted with etc. that day were all your favorite things. What's stopping you from actively work towards surrounding yourself with those things . . .
Without even knowing it, we are taught from an early age that learning to edit is good. In school, rough drafts were always submitted to be picked apart and criticized before we were allowed to write a final draft. As we grow up, we subconsciously edit our clothes, our toys and our friends. Our . . .
Packing for a trip, however long or short, is never easy. I'm more than guilty of sitting on a suitcase or two trying to get it to shut. But what's worse than overpacking is overpacking only to realize you packed nothing that actually works. I'm crossing the pond this week to attend my only . . .