Hi! I’m Jenna. Not too long ago I was working full time at a job I hated, just to pay the rent. I never had any savings, and I couldn’t pay down my student debt. Then, one day, I decided to change my life. I downsized and built a Tiny House. Now I’m a fulltime happiness addict with the freedom to travel the world, and I’m never turning back. I hope my blog inspires you to follow your own journey to happiness. Read my full story here.
Over the last 40 years, Grant Johnson has built a 5000 square foot cave house on his incredible property located inside of Escalante National Monument. This inspiring story is one of passion, ingenuity, and living off the land.
Mike and Tawny downsized from a 5-bedroom home into a converted school bus! They renovated the bus for a spectacularly low cost, and they share the space part time with Tawny's two teenagers. This skoolie has some impressive additions, so don't miss the tour!
Miranda's Tiny House was built as a public art project with the help of volunteers. The inside features innovative space saving furniture, including an incredible folding staircase and collapsible dining table.
Featured on Tree House Masters, Scott and Kim built a magical Tree House in their backyard, with a ton of amenities. But they didn't stop there. The next year, they built an outdoor theater in the style of an Ewok Village!
Are Tiny Houses the Perfect Solution for Millennial Home Buyers? Let's take a look at one young woman's decision to buy a Tiny House in Austin, Texas, and learn how much money she is able to save each month.
I built a Tiny House in 2013, and I spent one year traveling around the USA and Canada. I continued to live in it for three years until I met my husband, and we decided we wanted a little more space. We now have a 500 square foot house in Seattle, and we use the Tiny House as the ultimate vacation home on a nearby island in the Salish Sea!