Resources for Tiny House and Travel Enthusiasts

Four years ago I quit my job, built a Tiny House, and began living minimally to reduce my expenses and debt. Today, I can afford to work for myself and travel the world multiple times a year! This page is a list of resources I’ve put together to help you achieve your dream goals through minimal living and travel. Never be afraid to take a risk or make your own path. Live without regret and empower yourself to make choices that are right for you, not someone else. The greatest adventures always begin with a single step in a new direction.

Tiny House Resources

Tiny House Materials

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The below resources will help you with the more technical aspects of Tiny House construction and lifestyle. I’ve also highlighted my favorite appliances and Tiny House gear.


Tiny House Books:

You can find a full list of my favorite Tiny House Books here.

Special shout out to the book Tiny House Decisions by Ethan Waldman, which discusses the real challenges you face when going tiny. There are many decisions to be made, some big and some small. This book is a great guide for getting you over the hump and working towards your Tiny House dream. The book can be purchased solo or as a package with video tours and interviews. Click here for more info.

I also highly recommend Tiny Home Builder’s Construction Guide. You can purchase the book alone, or with video tutorials. Great for someone getting ready to build.

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Travel Resources

Travel Packing Lists

Do you want to travel the world like me? On this page, you’ll find out what’s in my backpack, including my favorite travel gear, women’s clothing, and organization tools.

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When traveling solo I use Hostelworld for my budget accommodation. Hostels are a great way to meet fellow travelers, and the staff is usually knowledgeable about the area. I know some people have a negative idea about hostels, but I think it’s an amazing way to travel solo. If I’m traveling with a friend or a group, I’ll sometimes use AirBNB. If you don’t mind sharing a bed, splitting the costs of a private room can be more affordable than a hostel bunk.

Travel Resources 

Travel Insurance

Many people will tell you: “Never travel without insurance,” and it’s true! World Nomads is a trusted travel insurance company and a favorite among travel bloggers.

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