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The Advantages Of Living In Tiny Houses

The Advantages Of Living In Tiny Houses

The Advantages Of Living In Tiny Houses Recent economic difficulties have forced everyone to make some hard choices when it comes to the household budget. Many people are downsizing everything in their lives from the cars they drive to the homes they live in. For some, the movement toward tiny houses is about saving money but for others, the opportunity ...

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Less Is More – Is the Tiny House Movement for You?

Less Is More – Is the Tiny House Movement for You?

Less Is More – Is the Tiny House Movement for You? Americans live, on average, in the largest houses in the world. An average family has a house that is over 2,500 square feet, and many people aspire to own houses that are even larger. But, there is a small but significant movement toward the other end of the spectrum: ...

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How Could You Survive in 150 Square Feet Tiny Homes?

How Could You Survive in 150 Square Feet Tiny Homes?

How Could You Survive in 150 Square Feet Tiny Homes? When life seems too complicated, some people advocate this solution: Move into a smaller home to have a bigger life. For some, the tiny house movement has become a way of life, adjusting to a smaller space and fewer possessions, with a goal of saving money and focusing on relationships ...

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Living In A Tiny Space

Living In A Tiny Space

Living In A Tiny Space We love the idea of tiny houses (by that we mean anything under 400 sq. ft. for a family of 4). After all, it was the tiny house movement that initially inspired us to question EVERYTHING we have been raised to believe about housing. Reading through tiny house information, hearing people’s stories and looking at ...

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Live Simply In Tiny House

Live Simply In Tiny House

Live Simply In Tiny House Let me make a formal disclaimer. I work everyday in a corporate setting. Well, that isn’t the whole truth. Let me try that again. I work every day for a corporation. I am a telecommuter and have a traditional 9-to-5 job in marketing. I went to a traditional college, earned a masters degree, and have ...

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First “Tiny House” Friendly City

First “Tiny House” Friendly City

First “Tiny House” Friendly City The City Council of Spur, TX passed a resolution tonight designating the City of Spur as Americas’ first officially “Tiny House Friendly” town. The resolution tips its hat to the movement toward smaller and more efficient dwellings that has grown into a national trend dubbed the “Tiny House Movement” by proponents and the press. Motivated ...

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Raising Kids In A Tiny House

Raising Kids In A Tiny House

Raising Kids In A Tiny House Raising children of all ages in tiny houses is not only possible, but a wonderful unique experience. Certainly our own experience of living tiny with our two teenage children has been extraordinary and we wouldn’t trade it for anything. From their perspective, they love it too and feel proud to live the tiny lifestyle. ...

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Living On A Tiny House-Extreme Costs Saving

Living On A Tiny House-Extreme Costs Saving

Living On A Tiny House-Extreme Costs Saving In the US, the average cost of building a house is $246,453 (not including land costs). For that amount we could have built over 7 hOMes (which cost us $33,089.72). On top of that, the average utility cost for a conventionally sized house is $163 whereas in a tiny house it’s anywhere from ...

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Advantages Of Tiny House Living

Advantages Of Tiny House Living

Advantages Of Tiny House Living Financial worry is the primary source of stress for the average person and debt is a large part of that equation. More Americans are in housing debt than ever before. Debt is emotionally draining and that anxiety can cause severe health issues (insomnia, anxiety, ulcers, migraine, and even heart attacks). Living a life within one’s ...

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Benefits Of Living In A Tiny House

Benefits Of Living In A Tiny House

Benefits Of Living In A Tiny House Communication is a corner stone of a functional family dynamic. Large houses create all sorts of nooks and crannies for families to disband to. According to the Census Bureau, the average household size (how many people living in a residence) in the US has declined from 3.01 in 1973 to 2.54 in 2013 ...

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