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Tiny Houses and the crap that goes with them

When you make the decision to abandon the traditional sticks and bricks method of Americana living decision become much more difficult and less tested than you can even believe. Between how to get a … More

How-To stay sane in a Tiny House

As a reader of the Farmers' Almanac I am pretty familiar with the fact that this winter is going to be wetter (check), colder (check), and more miserable (check. CHECK) than the past few winters. And … More

7 ways to minimize your time in the kitchen

I recently came across an awesome blog called stonesoup. It is dubbed a minimalist home cooking blog and is penned (or is that typed?) by Jules Clancy, a food scientist, photographer, writer, runner, … More

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