Tiny House Living
It’s a pop–culture topic that seems to be going mainstream – tiny houses.
The movement to live simpler and more environmentally friendly has been talked about as a way to help low–income residents, senior citizens and the homeless.
In a special report on tiny houses we profile a woman who left her job, sold her home and now lives in a space less than 100–square feet.
It’s a lifestyle she felt was unattainable, someplace she’d never find herself.
“I looked at magazine articles and stories online of people living life like this and thought, who are these people, who has a life like that,” said tiny house luminary B.A. Norrgard.