Blog - Part 2

Tiny Houses Now Allowed in San Diego Backyards

According to SmartAsset, the average rent for a one bedroom apartment in San Diego is $1,564. That’s nearly $400 more than the median one-bedroom rent for the rest of the U.S. While not as high as some places, such as the Bay Area of California, rental life in this sunny SoCal city can be pricey. […]

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Community Arts Nonprofit’s BIG Goals for 5th Annual Tiny House Festival

Often I marvel at the numerous dynamic people inside the tiny house movement. Why it’s an incredibly diverse group of individuals, of those who promote the lifestyle through community-oriented organizations, there seems to be a common thread—the use of tiny houses to bring neighbors together and proactively work towards stronger, more vibrant communities. As a […]

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How to Survive Cold Weather in a Tiny House

There are tiny homes located all over the country. While the most popular locations are typically in warmer climates like California and Texas, some of the most friendly tiny house states are Michigan, Indiana, and Minnesota. As you probably already know, those are areas that tend to see a lot of snow and cold during […]

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Andrew Odom Talks Living Tiny for SimplifyMy.Life

Have you ever wondered how Andrew Odom went tiny? Do you wonder how you will? Curious about where to start? Andrew and his wife have found quite a few answers. Sixteen of them actually! You can watch a blip of Carmen’s interview with Andrew below. You can now sign up for an online LIVE SUMMIT […]

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