Tiny House Magazine

Tiny House Magazine


Tiny House Magazine Issue 109

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FEATURED ARTICLES

1. Getting A Good Deal
Writer and tiny house advocate Macy Miller talks about her experience finding construction deals and how that translates to today’s market.


2. Why We All Must Help - 10 Actionable Steps to Counter the Climate Crisis
Well done you! You’re already ahead of the pack by purchasing a tiny house! Even if you haven’t made the leap yet, you’re in a mindset of “downsizing”. And that’s a good thing!

Making A Shed A Home
Can a shed be a home? Can a boat be a home? What is and what isn’t a home? Find out more in this article.

Stories From a Former Tiny House Dweller
We built the Tiny Tack House back in 2011, but before purchasing land to park the house on and begin renting it out for nightly stays, we lived in our tiny house happily for four years. Our intention was always to live in our tiny house, but home ownership can come at a cost in other ways.

5. Staying Positive while Facing an Uncertain Future
Are you wondering how you can keep a fresh outlook on life during these uncertain times? Leave it to author Laura M. LaVoie to give sound advice for doing just such a thing.


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Ian Austin

The finished product you're putting out just floors me!
I sold alot of print advertising back when newspapers were still a viable business model, so I am familiar with production values and the difference between an amateurish, hobby-lobby type newsletter and the top-shelf digital magazine you are producing.

I expected 12 or 16 pages of text-heavy how-to articles and first-person memoir essays. Imagine my surprise to find 96 pages of publishing effort that would make Google or Facebook proud.