Small for All/Seattle Tiny Homes Giveaway

Prize: FREE Copy of the complete Alkai Plan. Worth over $800

 Giveaway Length: 1 Week

Giveaway Ends May 12, 2017

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Heidi - May 2, 2017 Reply

We’re going tiny because we want to invest our time and energy more in experiences and travel. The beauty of this life is that change is constant and we feel that tiny houses enable us the opportunity to evaluate our values and goals, while most of all providing the freedom to carry out whatever conclusion we arrive to. That is what I want to call my home! 🙂

Andres - May 3, 2017 Reply

I have been living in tiny spaces for years and totally prefer then over large houses. I didn’t a year living in a very very large house with other folks and out was just too much. So mucho off the house was rarely used but still needed to be heated inn the winter. Our tiny home currently heats up quickly and starts toasty on the coolest of nights. A tiny home encourages engaging with the outdoors
It encourages efficiency and minimizing crap.

Kim - May 3, 2017 Reply

I have been interested in tiny houses for several years. With a tiny house you can take your home with you or live off the grid. I have been homeless living in my car, camping and working to survive. I would like a tiny house to have a home so I’m not watch my back. Thank you Kim

carol clark - May 3, 2017 Reply

we are going green to live healthy and i mean healthy no more i say and i think i could save a whole lot of money doing this to get to where i want to be in the future

Brian McFarland - May 4, 2017 Reply

We are a little older, just pushing 50. We started saving a little too late. So,movable tiny home is where we want to live, to increase our monthly saving/investment percentage. We also our keen to abandon our stuff and live more for experiences and personal connections.

Katherine - May 5, 2017 Reply

I am ready to live tiny because I want to spend my time enjoying life and all the possibilities.
I have always enjoyed small cozy spaces, I know a tiny home would give me the freedom to have my own cozy home and also focus my time and energy into experiencing and helping the world.

abby - May 7, 2017 Reply

i am going small because i am elderly with MS and I want a very small space to keep clean and manage. It must have downstairs bedroom, and a bath tub.

Margot Billeaudeaux - May 8, 2017 Reply

I would love to go tiny because first of all I am a widow and one of my son’s moved back with me. Haha Although I love his company, it’s time for me to enjoy a space just for me
I also love the sense of security a tiny home tends to encompass. Secondly, my income is coming just from one now, me. It is a shock when you lose a spouse, not only emotionally but financially, and tiny would certainly help me.
Tiny living is the answer to so many difficult situations today, not only for single people but couples and families as well.
By going tiny I may have the dreams my husband and I had planned, actually come true afteall.
Thank you for this opportunity.

Brenda Barnes - May 8, 2017 Reply

We’re going small because we think it’s the smartest use of our time and money.

Chrishelle - May 15, 2017 Reply

I am going tiny to bring myself back down to earth, to be grounded in my life. Extras, expensive furnishings and touches to a home are nice but to fill a home with four bedrooms seems insane and not worth the hassle. Not worth long hours at work that are spent away from family and other loved ones, spending all that one has saved on a piece of furniture that might not even be used but just looked at. It’ll give me time to enjoy what makes a life worth living, eating wholesome foods from a possible garden I’d tend to, enjoying company of people that make my life whole and being able to work and always feel financially stable. Tiny living is meant for me and I’m going to make it happen.

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