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Table of Contents - 87 Pages
1. Building vs. Rehabbing
It has become quite popular—and maybe it is a natural progression—for former tiny housers to turn to renovation and rehabbing. Author Laura LaVoie recounts her own rehab..
2. Making (it) Home
We sit across the table from the realtor and sign the contract. We’re really going to do it. Sell nearly everything we own and head West to start a new life as retirees.
3. From Katy, With Love
There is nothing quite so funny as a good fiction piece about the tiny life. Anita Brienza takes us on a fun adventure with Katy.
4. Novelty Or Reality
During the line standing it was interesting to hear the many onlookers talk about the freedom living in a smaller home would give them, only to thwart themselves with "but what would I do with all my stuff?".
5. Hand Holds and Whiskey Shots
The modern tiny house movement is not full of houses. It is full of homes, perfectly customized to suit the homeowner’s life. Just ask Ben Brown about his custom tiny house on wheels.
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