thetinylife

thetinylife

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248 weeks ago @ The Tiny Life - Living In A Tiny Home · 0 replies · +1 points

While moving is a chore, with less and less Stuff it get easier I would suspect. Moving is exciting, then you can focus on the exciting part because you don't have to actually move so much.

248 weeks ago @ The Tiny Life - Living In A Tiny Home · 0 replies · +1 points

I have taken this advice that I got several years ago. When faced with uncertainty, fear, or social discomfort, sometimes the best thing to do is to lean into it. You used that phrase "lean" which I think it is a easier said then done of course, but is commendable that you do it everyday. It is hard to grow when you stay in the realm of the of your comfort zone.

248 weeks ago @ The Tiny Life - Living In A Tiny Home · 0 replies · +1 points

haha, no it doesn't, I accidentally uploaded the wrong photo. :)

248 weeks ago @ The Tiny Life - A Dialogue Of Hope · 1 reply · +1 points

check them out at http://www.cottagecompany.com/Communities.aspx I am so jealous of these places. They are built on less than an acre in most cases. We sure did talk about Kunstler in our chat, thanks for the kind words :)

Ryan

249 weeks ago @ The Tiny Life - EXO HOUSE · 0 replies · +1 points

Its very small, it is really only intended to have a safe to sleep and to lock your belongings in during the day. I would guess around 100 sq/ft at most. The idea is to get these setup while real housing is being established

249 weeks ago @ The Tiny Life - Awesome Concept Hotel ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Or one better, make it intentionally curved so that the focal point i on a all black water heater!

249 weeks ago @ The Tiny Life - Space Saving Toilet · 0 replies · +1 points

I have also seen conversion kit, I haven't seen them in the stores recently, but wasn't looking for them either.

249 weeks ago @ The Tiny Life - Getting Cold Feet? · 1 reply · +1 points

Good tip! I thought about using that pink foam sheeting could also help during the colder months, but the spray foam would fill any gaps and seal it up nicely.

249 weeks ago @ The Tiny Life - New Poll · 0 replies · +1 points

ROFLMAO

250 weeks ago @ The Tiny Life - Cage Homes · 0 replies · +1 points

I think the whole cart thing is rather unique to America. In general carts are used at large supermarkets, which isn't very common (compared to the USA). I know in several countries that to get a cart they are locked, to unlock it you put in a Euro into the handle to unlock it. After shopping you lock it back up and it releases the coin so you get it back, but the carts then are always locked up.