There is room for a junk drawer in a tiny house

After the decluttering process is completed, every space in your tiny home should be pristine and completely organized. Yeah, right. Everyone knows there is going to be those random odds and ends that just don’t have a home: rubber bands, extra (but necessary) pens, tea lights, Post-It Notes, paperclips, and … Read more

Stuck at Home? Try Microwork for Extra Cash

Millions of people are now finding themselves either forced to work from home or have lost their jobs all together. While we all hope the “shelter in place” requests will end soon, there are some people out there who may need a little extra cash. Microwork or micro jobs pay … Read more

Just Park It: Fields, Ranches and Casinos of NorCal

Northern California stretches from San Luis Obispo County to the Oregon state line. It is diverse, grandly beautiful and chock full of tiny houses. They can be found on farms, ranches, vineyards and of course, backyards. Beginning March 5th, we could see them greatly multiply across San Luis Obispo backyards … Read more

UPDATE: Oregon Reach Code for Tiny Houses

Two years ago, Oregon tiny house advocates were embroiled in a fight with the Oregon Building Codes Division (BCD). The BCD director was actively working to stymie the governor’s directive to create a building code for tiny houses that would draw from the International Residential Code (IRC) Appendix Q. What’s … Read more

Just Park It: Tiny House Communities in Durango, CO

One of our recent tiny house parking spots was in beautiful Durango. It is located in southwestern Colorado where the high desert meets the mountains.  This bustling little city is known as mountain biking and kayaking haven. It now becoming known as a tiny house friendly city, offering multiple legal … Read more