Category Archives for "Tiny r(E)volution"
In less than a week, we will all be preparing to tie on our feed sacks and gather ’round the family table in recognition of the “alleged” Thanksgiving meal (so often depicted as the first meal shared between Indians and Pilgrims) In recent years this time-honored tradition of gorging and watching football on television has been replaced […]Continue reading
You all know Andrew Odom. He launched Tiny r(E)evolution in 2009, and he has been a mainstay in the tiny house movement ever since. No tiny house event is complete without Andrew emceeing, or as a featured speaker or even behind the scenes. Why? He’s authentic, hilarious, hard-working, and of course, smart as a whip.Andrew […]Continue reading
I see Instagram photos, blog posts, and status updates on a daily basis that show incredible solar systems in place on tiny houses, travel trailers, small homes. Heck, even the beautiful sailing vessels shown on this site as of late have solar power. I awe at the engineering, the understanding, the translation, and the implementation. […]Continue reading
Propane. Can’t live with it. Can’t stop talking about it. I like to call it the “friendly flammable.” But what is it exactly? WHAT IS PROPANE? Also known as liquid petroleum gas, LP-gas, and LPG, propane is produced in roughly equal amounts from both natural gas and crude oil sources. Propane is nontoxic, colorless, and […]Continue reading
Living life as a digital nomad (or a location-independent professional) is one of the most exciting ways to live life. Ten years ago it was called telecommuting. That term has come to describe someone who works for a company but doesn’t go into the corporate office each day. I like to call that a Tier […]Continue reading