At the start of 2008 I was living in Brooklyn, NY (after a stint abroad in Paris, Edinburgh, and London) running customer service and the overall online community for a now defunct startup tech company. I had a stake in the company so it was very personal to me, each small action. I had developed incredible relationships with some of our community members as our product relied very heavily on human interaction. I had shared photos with these folks.A quote from Tiny Revolution, posted by andrewodom.
If you’re on tiny house listings it is probably because you’re fascinated by the idea of downsizing your life and living in a tiny home. When you look at stories of people who have already made the move you will start to see a few patterns emerge. What steps did they take to make it happen in their lives? What steps do you need to take for your tiny home?
I suggest that there are six basic questions all tiny house people need to ask themselves before making the transition.
Who? How many people will be living in this tiny home.
With it’s unique tapering design and rich, golden timber, you expect to see a cabin like The Lodge at Edenhall in a vast Wyoming landscape stateside rather than riverside on the The River Eamont (a river in Cumbria, England and one of the major tributaries of the River […].A quote from The Tiny Life, posted by Andrew M. Odom.