With the world turning upside down where do tiny houses fit in? Two introspective articles in this month’s issue may not necessarily answer the question but will lend a little clarification.
In her article, “Options, Not Answers”, Emily Gerde states the following:
It seems a bit silly to talk about tiny homes when our world has been turned upside down, but tiny homes are more relevant now than ever. People have lost their jobs, their homes, and their stability. This makes a smaller, more attainable home a good option. There are so many ways the tiny home industry can shake out in the end.
Laura LaVoie talks about the other side of life in tiny houses in her article, “Why the Tiny House Movement Isn’t a Failure”. She discusses life changes and when it is time to move onto a different situation. Laura states:
It seems ridiculous to assume that someone needs to stay in their tiny house forever just because they live in it now. People change. Life circumstances change. Places change. Needs change. And you know what, that is not only okay but it should be encouraged and embraced. But what people do come out of the tiny house movement with is a new way of thinking.
- An Unconventional Path
How does the tiny house lifestyle feed into one that focuses on living a more prepared, self-sufficient, and intentional life? And where does ballroom dancing fit it?
- Why The Tiny House Movement Isn’t A Failure
Just because someone moves out of their tiny house doesn’t mean that the tiny house movement is a failure.
- Options, Not Answers
Living in a tiny house. Easy enough. But what kind of tiny house and how is that viable for the long term? Emily Gerde explores the future of real tiny house living.
- The Good, The Bad and The Tiny
Hannah Cole walks us through her and her boyfriend’s epic journey from homeless and freezing in a truck to the land of contentment in a tiny house.
- B-Hotel Is The New Campervan
Living in a bus is a feeling of freedom, a limitless adventure, and a real connection with nature.
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