Tiny House Blog Tag Line

My goal is to be constantly improving the Tiny House Blog and you may have noticed a few changes already, the first being the cleaner theme that was installed Friday, this change makes the blog easier to read and enjoy.

One of my self-assignments is to select a tag line that explains what the Tiny House Blog is all about. I asked several friends to give me their input and write down what they thought the Tiny House Blog meant to them in a single sentence. The results are listed in the poll below.

I would like to get your vote and see which one you think fits the Tiny House Blog the best. Also if you have a tagline you would like to suggest, write it in the comment section below.

Thank you for your input.

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micah - September 27, 2009 Reply

how about “living more in less space”? seems to me that having a long tag line seems at odds for a blog about reducing your footprint.

i like the “claustrophile” idea, but calling it a support group might be a little too cutesy. also seems a bit redundant to have the title and then the tag line start with “the tiny house blog is…”

    Kent Griswold - September 27, 2009 Reply

    Good point, maybe I need to edit them so they don’t have that in them. I like your “living more in less space”

      micah - October 1, 2009 Reply

      thanks, i’m quite pleased to see others like it as well. glad i could contribute in some way to a great blog on an important subject.

jim perretti - September 27, 2009 Reply

My .02 cents is a tag should be as short and succinct as possible. For example, Nike — Just Do It.

Living more in less space is my choice, though even that I feel could be tighter and explored at greater length. The whole idea of “bigger living, smaller footprint” , “more living, less consuming” , etc., etc., is ripe for picking.

Good luck.

    Kent Griswold - September 27, 2009 Reply

    Good point Jim, that one so far is the most popular. Maybe I’ll take it and see what options people come up with to make it short, sweet and to the point, thanks for your input…Kent

Helena Mattsson - September 27, 2009 Reply

Living more in less space is the best short and informative ….maybe you should have another word for more because more in not a word that gives to many hits. Maybe you should have fullfilling/fully/happy/kreativ or another good word?
Maybe free living in less space or free effektiv living in less space.
This was fun, have a nice day/ Helena

RowdyKittens - September 27, 2009 Reply

Kent – the new theme looks excellent. It’s much easier to read. I dig it! Good job.

Also – thanks for adding my photo to your post and the link. 🙂

I’m going to cast my vote…

Happy Sunday!

    Kent Griswold - September 27, 2009 Reply

    Thanks Tammy, I also snagged a picture from your Portland group to use in the header and I hope that is okay…Kent

Betian - September 27, 2009 Reply

Haven’t been to this site in quite some time. WOW. AWESOME LAYOUT. I’ll be back.

Matt - September 27, 2009 Reply

“Living Large with Less”?

…regardless, I voted for living more in less space.

Kudos again Kent!

-billS - September 28, 2009 Reply

I have a button on my bike bag that has a VW Bug on it with the words “Think Small” I’ve always liked that line as my wife is only 5 feet tall… Perhaps a variation on that like, “Think Big by Thinking Small” The “Big” represents a global attitude while the “Small” represents our approach. OR possibly a fun twist to the old “Get Smart” show…”Get Small” Love the site, I enjoy and share it daily. Thanks!!!

sandra - September 28, 2009 Reply

Maximum Living, Minimum Footprint
Maximum Living, Minimum Space.

I will also take this opportunity to say how much I enjoy this blog!

    Kent Griswold - September 28, 2009 Reply

    I like both of those 🙂 and thanks for your kind words about the blog.

Margy - September 28, 2009 Reply

Thanks for asking me to be part of your site revision. I always enjoy reading about how others approach living simply in small (especially remote) spaces. One thing I liked about your old setup was the category list of house types. Just a thought.

    Kent Griswold - September 28, 2009 Reply

    Good point Margy, I guess I forgot to put that back up. I’m still doing a lot of background cleanup and somehow forgot to get that up.

ej - September 28, 2009 Reply

Small is beautiful

Ilana - September 28, 2009 Reply

Short and sweet is best…

but I also prefer something like “Living Large in Less Space” – nice play on words 🙂

Anne B - September 28, 2009 Reply

“living more in less space” gets my vote because it is succinct as it should be on a site about minimalism. It also reminds me of a cookbook that had a profound effect on my life in the 70s “the More with Less Cookbook”. Similar title, same theme.

Anna - October 2, 2009 Reply

I agree short and sweet, clean. My favorite:

Maximum Living, Minimum Footprint

Ade Adenekan - October 15, 2009 Reply

Kudos for this good effort but there should be more for the newbies like me.

    Kent Griswold - October 15, 2009 Reply

    Hi Ade, could you go into a little me detail as to what type of information the newbies need. Thank you!

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