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Table of Contents - 81 Pages
1. Keeping Up With The Joneses
It is difficult in our over-marketed America not to become a tad envious of what everyone else has. But have we been set up? Is keeping up with the Joneses even obtainable?
2. The Truth About Tiny Houses on Pandemic Lockdown
When the country put on the pandemic pressures, many tiny house dwellers already felt prepared.
3. Move-In Ready
Tim and Stephanie of Creative Animal are moving on. They are in a different season in life and they want to pass their awesome tiny house on to someone else. Could it be you?
4. Travel Light. Travel Far.
The following list of five ways to live simpler right away will allow you to embrace a new year at one of our communities.
5. Dinner Is Served
Whether you have a large family who has gone tiny or you’re hosting a feast for the neighborhood, having lots of people in a small space can feel daunting especially when a meal is the main focus.
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