Tiny House Magazine Issue 64

Tiny House Magazine Issue 64

Tiny Transitions

I became a grandpa a couple of weeks ago. This is an exciting new change for me since this is my first time welcoming in a grandchild. Our daughter and son-in-law had even bigger changes as they go from being a couple to a small family.

My grandson Riley adds a new dimension to their lives. Not only with the sleepless nights but the love that they get to send his way. They now are a little family.

Living tiny requires many transitions in your life. Some are tiny and others are major.

In this month’s issue, Lora Freeman shares how she lived mainly in RV parks as a tiny house dweller and experienced constant changes by moving from place to place. Daily transitions and experiences filled her tiny house life.

Melanie Thomson was inspired to open a tiny coffee shop by attending a Tiny House Festival. By opening this mobile coffee shop she hopes to inspire others as well.

What changes will come to your life as you move to the tiny house lifestyle?

Purchase Issue 64 here.

Over 100 pages of great content.

  • Old Denver City Bus Transformed to Comfy Home
  • Turning A (tiny) House into A Home
  • To Whom It May Concern
  • Variety Is…The Spice Of Life
  • 5 minutes with Johanna
  • Big Apple Pie for a Tiny Kitchen
  • The World is My Living Room
  • Go Retro!
  • Welcome to Planet Earth…Dallas Style
  • and much more

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linda - April 23, 2018 Reply

interested in extended family living amd single family home to get privacy end up with a lot of wasted space and cost and issues of mobility make difficult.

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