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Less is more for fashion minimalists: A view inside Project 333

One of the things I love about the Internet and all things “nettie” is the friends I meet and the people I come into contact with. One such person is Naomi Seldin. A features content editor and blogger for the Times Union in Albany, NY, Naomi is also a blogger of two years and a […]

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How to share your Tiny House with a friend or spouse

Having lived in ‘the Bungalow’ now for nearly three weeks we have found that tiny living is an exercise in patience, understanding, balance, love, and friendship. We are both quite sure there are many more lessons to be learned but we have figured out a few things already. Some days just making it through the […]

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5 Ways to Have a Minimalist Thanksgiving

In just one week we will all be preparing to tie on our feed sacks and gather round the family table in recognition of the first meal shared between Indians and Pilgrims and blah, blah, blah. Truth be told, Thanksgiving has become, for many of us, an obligatory meal (and entire day) wherein we gorge […]

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Project 333 – Week 6 redux

Today I felt completely uninspired to get out of bed, much less get dressed. And even with just 33 items of clothing I felt like it was a chore to sort through what I should wear today. The temperature outside is currently an alarming 39ºF. Not exactly a tropical ‘good morning.’ So I chose to […]

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How our Tiny House became our Enormous Dream

Originally written for my weekly Thursday post on scissorsanddrumsticks.com. ——————————— Back in 2009 Crystal and I saw a small house in Barnesville, GA that we thought would be perfect for us. It seemed like a bit of a bungalow with 2 bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen, and a lovely back porch. The purchase price […]

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