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Tiny House Update – 03.24.11

It’s very easy to forget that the r(E)volution is truly focused around building a tiny house. With life zooming by at 100mph thins comes up, topics surface, and lessons are learned. Many weeks come and go and I find myself not even taking the time to recognize how far we have come since leaving middle […]

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How-To decorate your tiny house

Americans spent $343 billion on home enhancement, according to a 2009 study by the Barnard Retail Consulting Group of Upper Montclair, N.J. Some of the more obvious trends to this spending spree is People are changing their decor more often than in the past. Consumers are more style and fashion conscious and want to express […]

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Whispering Chickens and Big Bad John

Yesterday was a day full of firsts for me. It all began when I woke up in the morning and found out that one of the schools I work with (Miller-Motte College in Madison, TN) and who has a fantastic renewable energy program is game for working with Crystal and I and designing our solar […]

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Tiny House and their role in disaster relief

Since early 2002 when I was serving a small church as Minister to Students I have had a heart for disaster relief. While I have never personally experienced a huge disaster I have lived through 6 hurricanes, 1 tornado, 2 blizzards, and countless tropical depressions if notable strength. The uncertainly alone of the situation can […]

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Is a tiny house part of the sustainable movement?

At first glance tiny houses have the ability to seem right in line with sustainable living practices. But not all things are as they seem. Tiny houses – like any other domicile – can be as elegant and as gaudy as any other home. The materials can be all but sustainable, eco-foe, and downright toxic. […]

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