These are the before pictures. They’re the ones that show all the stuff we’ve packed up even after getting rid of dozens of boxes of stuff and almost all our large furniture. If you compare this to the size of the house, you’ll see that if we move all this stuff in, we won’t be able to live in the house.
I wanted to show you the floorplan. It’s not to scale, but this will give you an idea of what we’re looking at.
I’ve been thinking a lot about sewage lately. Well, specifically, I’ve been thinking about sewage, water, electricity and fencing. In order to park my tiny house in the back yard, I’ll need certain amenities.
Each choice has positives and negatives, and only you can determine what makes the most sense for your life.
We are simplifying to buy ourselves time, save money and make more room for our creative endeavors.
How many authors and artists have been inspired by beautiful and brutal nature? The West itself is legend for its wildness, its stark and lonely places, its measureless expanses promising freedom, anonymity, a new start.
Ramping up time and effort to slow down is discouraging at times, and it's really hard work.
For affordability, simplicity and environmentally sound living, small homes can't be beat. We just need to keep reminding ourselves of that.
Simplifying your things can free up time and space to pursue the life you were meant to live
Getting rid of the excess helps you make space and time for what really matters