Why, you ask?

The first home I owned cost just at $52,000. For that price I got a 2-bedroom, 1-bath, fixer-upper that was on .35 acre in the middle of a post-war neighborhood in Norfolk, VA.  It was built in … More

The Tiny House market

As most, I was first made aware of the Tiny House movement by the work of Jay Shafer and his Tumbleweed Tiny Houses. If I am not mistaken I saw a short interview featuring Jay on the Oprah Winfrey … More

Tiny r(E)volution makes it BIG on the news

Perhaps two weeks ago or so (May 26, to be exact) we had a wonderful article come out about us in the Macon Telegraph. You can read that full article here. As fate would have it Fox 5 news out of … More


How (not) To Tow The Tiny House

Part of the allure of building a tiny house is the idea that you can take your home anywhere you want, almost anytime you want. And with their almost sticks 'n bricks sort of … More

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 … More

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 … More