27 Jun Choosing the Right Time to Downsize
Choosing the Right Time to DownsizeMany 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 share is that you shouldn’t ever wait to do something until everything feels perfect or you’ll just spend you’re entire life waiting and you’ll be left with nothing but regret.
So, if you’ve been considering tiny house living, when is the right time for you to make the move?
Young and Single
Thousands of people were introduced to the Tiny House Movement through exposure on home improvement television stations. Most feature a young college student, recent graduate, or budding entrepreneur looking to save cash and get started loving their lives. This is a great time to go tiny because of the freedom, both financially as well as with your time, that it offers.
When you are beginning your life with someone, tiny living can offer a chance at adventure, freedom, and a life without as much maintenance, upkeep, and financial strain. This can be an excellent way to plan, design, and even DIY build your first home together.
Raising a Family
More and more families, established and still growing, are choosing alternative housing as a means to both saving money as well as instilling more pioneer and community values in their children. Tiny house living can be a great way to allow families to reconnect, be intentional with their time and money, and grow and strengthen their bonds with one another.