Tiny House - Book 6: For Micro, Tiny, Small, and Unconventional House Enthusiasts Kent Griswold

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Published: May 13th 2015

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73 pages


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Tiny House - Book 6: For Micro, Tiny, Small, and Unconventional House Enthusiasts  by  Kent Griswold

Tiny House - Book 6: For Micro, Tiny, Small, and Unconventional House Enthusiasts by Kent Griswold
May 13th 2015 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 73 pages | ISBN: | 4.73 Mb

The Tiny House Book Series is a Kindle format of the Tiny House Magazine a Tiny House Blog publication. In Book 6 the articles from Issue nine are featured.John Goff writes that between 1950 and 2010, average house sizes in the United States moreMoreThe Tiny House Book Series is a Kindle format of the Tiny House Magazine a Tiny House Blog publication. In Book 6 the articles from Issue nine are featured.John Goff writes that between 1950 and 2010, average house sizes in the United States more than doubled. The trend towards larger houses eventually resulted in “McMansions” that proved to be too large for modest lots, architecturally inappropriate and ecologically wasteful.

A reaction favoring better designed “tiny houses” and small houses took root, spearheaded by architect Lester Walker of Tiny Tiny Houses, and others including Jay Shafer, the founder of Tumbleweed Tiny Houses and Four Lights Tiny House Company. The tiny or small house “movement” made many of its most visible advances on the American east and west coasts.Colin Carpenter shares his Coastal Cabin on Wheels and says that I did most of the building myself – but early on I decided that while my pride wanted to be able to say “I did it all myself,” that was actually a recipe for loneliness.

So I begged and traded for as much help as possible, and was blessed to know incredibly skilled people who sped up my learning curve immensely.Joshua Becker writes that Owning less brings great benefit to our lives: less stress, less debt, more time, more freedom.

Breaking free from excessive consumerism is an essential step not just for a simplified life, but for any life that desires to be lived intentionally. How then we can realize this freedom? What steps can we take to break free?Logan Smith tells about their refrigerator experiment. One great example of this was Dee’s choice to live without a refrigerator. This idea seemed mad yet engaging at the same time.

How could anyone live without an appliance that was more common than a television? However, when we looked in our refrigerator we found only alcohol, condiments of uncertain freshness, and milk for coffee. Did we really require a refrigerator for these things?This and much more in Tiny House Book 6. Purchase your copy today!



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