While living in a smaller space can surely feel confining and restricting, it certainly isn’t a reason to feel discouraged. Smaller spaces can have a lot of personality and there are actually a lot of handy tricks that can help you maximize your home and make the most out of what you have available. So, instead of despairing and coming to terms with the fact that you’re facing a lifelong imprisonment, you better take matters into your own hands. If you‘re still wondering how to actually…
Here's your Day 4 official announcement! The video presentations from the third day of the 2017 Tiny House Summit are about to expire and we've just posted new presentations from Jake & Kiva, Hari Berzins, Andrew Bennett, Henderson County Pubic School Students & Teachers, Andrew Odom (interview), Angela Alcorn, Derin Williams, Tessa Baker, and Michael & Michelle Choto Nielsen…
Your Name and Title: Jenn Baxter, Blogger and Freelance WriterOrganization Name: Live a F.a.s.t. Life (blog)Co-Presenter Name(s): n/aArea of the World from Which You Will Present: Charlotte, NC…Continue
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Because I am a former (and hopefully soon to be two-time) tiny house dweller, a tiny house enthusiast and would like to submit a presentation to the summit. :)
What is your connection to the tiny house world?
I used to live in a 160sf tiny house (until it started to fall apart!), was on Tiny House Big Living, and now currently blog about downsizing (among other things) and speak at tiny house festivals like the Jamboree and the NC Street Fest.
Personal or Business Website or Blog (if applicable)
I am a full time freelance writer and blogger who focuses on downsizing and tiny living, clean eating, non-toxic products and emotional/spiritual health. I used to live in a 160 sf tiny home (that was featured on HGTV) and plan to live in another one soon!
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It's been exciting to watch the SUmmit project gaining momentum and we're so glad to see new members joining the site daily. You're experience living tiny would be of great asset to this community, we hope you will feel free to share your knowledge and interests as you become more familiar.