Having Doubts About Leaving Your Life Behind

Forgive me for taking a week off so early into writing this blog. I had to go to New Orleans to help bury my grandfather. I'm proud to say that he was someone who left this world without regret. If he was anything like my father, there may have been a thing or two he … Continue reading Having Doubts About Leaving Your Life Behind

Communicating With Your Partner On Your Tiny House Build

When Boyfriend and I began our search for the perfect vehicle to call our tiny home, we seemed to be in agreement about everything. First we wanted a school bus, then we wanted a tiny house on wheels. Then, with a little research, the possibilities opened up, and we became aware of just how many … Continue reading Communicating With Your Partner On Your Tiny House Build

The Challenge of Finding a Fixer Upper Within Your Budget

Even with little to no money in savings we've been keeping an eye out for trailers, buses, and RVs. Websites, salvage yards, friends and neighbors. We look and look. Our ultimate goal in this tiny living endeavor is to live on wheels, explore the country, buy some land, park on it, build a stationary tiny … Continue reading The Challenge of Finding a Fixer Upper Within Your Budget

5 Ways We’re Saving Money For Our Tiny House

This was going to be the beginning. July 1st. Our Independence Day. And already we've hit a snag. At the end of June, Boyfriend adopted a puppy. The dog seemed fine at first, but within a few days he was exhibiting all the symptoms of a severe parasite infestation and sinus infection. He was so … Continue reading 5 Ways We’re Saving Money For Our Tiny House

Making The Decision To Live In A Tiny House

A week ago I walked by a pond and burst into tears. I'm not an explosive crier, tears usually come slowly for me, so I knew something was wrong. I was exploring a new walking trail. I stopped at the water's edge. I saw the ducks and the trees and I wept. Like an idiot. … Continue reading Making The Decision To Live In A Tiny House