Tiny houses are a relatively new concept and as wonderful as they are, some people might wonder what is the difference in RV living and living in a tiny house? Although the concept might be similar, tiny living and the tiny house community as a whole embodies a sense of both an architectural and social movement. Tiny living is more than just a place to crash at night, it is embodying certain values and ideals that is essentially living large while going small. Curious to understand the difference? Continue reading “Tiny Living is Not RV Living”
Planning a wedding is always a challenge, there are so many things to consider and options to choose from it can sometimes be overwhelming. For this couple, there was only one place to have their wedding and that was in their very own tiny house! As crazy as that may sound, there really is no better place to be at a wedding than home sweet home. Continue reading “Tiny House Wedding”
Going tiny requires sacrifice. With a smaller space comes less cleaning (bonus) but also less storage for clothes, less living space for furniture, etc. But some amazing upsides to going tiny include smaller utility bills and lower cost of living (overall). An exciting part of going tiny is focusing on what is important and getting rid of things that are not. Besides focusing on the type of lifestyle tiny living allows it is also important to focus on the practicality. Buying new decor and furniture can be expensive. Other life style changes that is encouraged when going tiny include access to fresh herbs and vegetables which allows for more cooking to be done at home. Here are some quick and easy thrifty tips to stay under budget when living tiny!