Posts Tagged ‘living simply’

Finding Your Ideal Tiny Home Community

With more and more people going tiny, the need for parking is at an all-time high. The desire for tiny house community parking is on the rise too. As the tiny house movement gains momentum, states and cities are updating their codes to make it easier to build—and live in—tiny homes. Across the nation, more than…

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Life in a Tiny Home Community, the Low-Down

After visiting over 30 tiny house communities we have learned that there’s much more to tiny living than minimalism. A few years ago, almost no one had even heard of a tiny house. But now? Across the nation, more than a dozen cities have become officially tiny-home friendly and 50-plus communities of tiny homes have…

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Tiny HOME Tour of America

A Tiny House Expedition & Home State Apparel Collaboration What defines home for each of us is incredibly personal and more often than not comes from a place of love. Home represents a beautiful spectrum of meanings. Each meaning is valid. Nothing is more intimate than one’s home—  a place, a structure, a feeling, a state…

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Is Tiny Living the Ultimate Expression of Individualism?

Those of us who have embraced tiny living know that a change of perspective is key to finding personal freedom. in·di·vid·u·al·ism 1. the habit or principle of being independent and self-reliant 2. a social theory favoring freedom of action for individuals over collective Living in the United States is all about an individualistic way of…

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Intentional Shopping

Despite being minimalists, Christian and I really enjoy shopping. Intentional shopping, that is! Black Friday is upon us. On this annual celebration of consumerism, we encourage you to practice shopping with intention. Guaranteed to be a meaningful experience. Black Friday is the always a dark day of the year when hordes of shoppers descend upon…

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