Tiny Life, Tiny Grocery Bills

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It is so easy to blow the budget when food shopping, although tiny living may afford you the opportunity to splurge a bit more and buy that expensive cheese or go out a bit more on a daily basis- think about how much you could be saving if you used that beautiful modern and tiny kitchen right in your own home!  Tiny living is all about financial freedom and minimal living, but that does not equal minimal cooking.  Here are some amazing ways you can save even more money on your next grocery bill. Continue reading “Tiny Life, Tiny Grocery Bills”

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The Postives of Being A Minimalist

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Tiny houses equal small space which means if going tiny is something you are seriously considering, minimalism is key.  Minimalism embodies a lot of similar traits to tiny living from valuing experiences to adventures, living minimalistically opens the door for new opportunities in your life that things and stuff would have held you back from.  So let us jump right into living the minimalist lifestyle

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What is a Tiny House?

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A tiny house is defined as a house that is under 500 square feet.  It can be mobile (built on a trailer bed with wheels) or have a solid foundation, just like a typical home.  The average American house is around 2,500 square feet.  The average tiny house ranges between 100 to 400 square feet.  Although these tiny houses may not have a lot of space, the idea of less space is appealing for people who want to promote simple living and want to focus their attention more on experiences rather than material belongings. Continue reading “What is a Tiny House?”