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Top 6 Items You Can’t Live Without in a Tiny House

Anyone who has researched living in a tiny house, watched the tv shows or tiny house youtube channels, or lives in a tiny house knows that there are some essential belongings and built-in multi-functional furniture options that are tiny house specific. These items often make living in a tiny house more comfortable and sustainable for…

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5 Key Tiny House Elements with Multiple Functions

Despite their size, tiny houses are usually designed in a way to maximize space and make the home feel larger than it actually is. Several design elements effectively make this possible and by doing so increase the quality of life in a small space.  When living in a tiny home it’s important to have belongings…

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The 5 Main Reasons People Live Tiny

Written by Isabelle Nagel-Brice of A Tiny Good Thing The tiny house movement has progressed over the last 15 years or so. However, an increasing number of people are choosing to live in tiny homes for the same reasons as when the movement began. In the beginning, mostly people were building their own homes. The…

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How to Find a Place to Park a Tiny House

Written by Isabelle Nagel-Brice of A Tiny Good Thing Currently the laws and legal restrictions of living full-time in a tiny house are preventing some from taking the plunge into the tiny house movement. However, that hasn’t slowed many in the pursuit of living simply without the financial burden of a large mortgage, and the…

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Why Plants are Important in a Tiny House

Written by Isabelle Nagel-Brice of A Tiny Good Thing For many, living in a tiny house is all about bringing the outdoors back into our lives. Living in a small space encourages us to get outside and have a closer connection to nature. It’s easier to assess the weather, watch the seasons change, and notice…

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Choosing the Right Time to Downsize

Choosing the Right Time to Downsize Many people plan big decisions, transitions, or moves around what they consider to be the ‘right timing’. That may mean when they’ve saved enough money, accomplished a big project at work, or when their kids graduate and move out.    What most in the end of their lives would…

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