Tiny House Magazine
NEW Issue 123
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Danelle Campos’s tiny life has been blocked by real life more than once. Now that time has run out she is starting to rethink it all.
Bulk Binge Bundle
Who says tiny housers don’t have boo-boos too? Sometimes life calls for more than just a standard Band-Aid.
Living on the Road in an Airstream as a Professional Organizer
Xiomara Romero is a professional organizer and together with her husband, is taking her skillset to the open road via a beautiful 27-foot Airstream.
Getting To Know You
Ever met your local butcher? What about baker? Heck, drop in on the candlemaker too!
A few pages from this issue.
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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.