Are you tired of paying high prices for laundry detergent that may or may not get the job done? Ready to DIY and save a little money?
Living in a tiny house does a lot of things including presenting you with situations unique to those who live in small places and will more often than not, be taken for granted in a tiny house setting.
Disappointment to a noble soul is what cold water is to burning metal; it strengthens, tempers, intensifies, but never destroys it.
Tiny house living is about minimizing belongings (hereto forth known as “stuff”) in order to maximize quality of life. Tiny house living is a mindset and a way of thinking; a philosophy, if you will.
Choosing the best type of insulation for your home can be a real challenge, but the goal is always the same. An even layer of insulation that completely fills every space between the framing. Front to back, top to bottom and every little nook and cranny in between.
It can be confusing, frustrating, exciting, liberating, and perplexing to figure out how you actually tie your tiny house into the electric grid.
Remember those conspicuously consumptive parenting days of the late 1980s? Well, like the reign of New Edition, they are over! Life is not about the size of our home and the price tag of our car.
Our second in an ongoing series of tiny house influences takes a look at the dogtrot house.