Tiny Blue Devil Continues To Grow

Building a tiny house is one of those odd projects that seems to move slowly yet moves incredibly quick. While the visual results may not seem great, the amount of work is often mind-numbing. Since the start of January and the initial deck installation, the tiny house...

Tiny Blue Devil Officially Gets Underway

Many of you may remember me talking about my mentor role with South Lenoir High School in an effort to build a tiny house on wheels with their construction trades program. Called the Tiny Blue Devil we are building a 20' Elm (plans courtesy of Tumbleweed Tiny House...

Tiny Houses and Small Homes Can Free You From A Mortgage

When we were thinking of transitioning to Tiny r(E)volution v.3.0 we were perhaps most concerned about having to enter back into the mortgage pool. We knew we didn't have as much as we would like for a down payment. We knew our monthly budget was one we were happy...

Life On The Road As A Digital Nomad

The life of a digital nomad is all about being location independent. A new millenium buzzword? Perhaps. The 21st century telecommuter? Sure. Valid way of living the life of travel while still earning a wage? Absolutely! But that is a Tier 1 nomad and today we're...

Washing Your Clothes When On The Road

I wasn't responsible for my own laundry until I had moved away to college. I was a freshly minted 17-year old faced with a a roll of quarters someone had given me for a high school graduation present (which I thought was completely ridiculous), an individual load size...

What Is This Tiny House Thing Anyway?

The tiny house movement is an anti-establishment movement that examines the anti-American Dream wherein need overshadows want and relationship is valued over consumption.   Anyone who has hung around tiny houses, small houses, alternative houses, etc. long enough has...

Simple Solar Lighting For Your Tiny House

It can be a cruel, cruel joke that the sun plays on a tiny houser. We stare up at the big, blazing, ball in the sky and remember all the conversations we’ve had, the Instagram photos we’ve seen, the Facebook threads we’ve read, and we recognize it as a steady source of renewable energy.

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