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Working Remote In A Small Space

Working Remote In A Small Space
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Remote work currently accounts for 42% of the job market, versus only 26% are working in-person, which means unless you dubbed an essential employee then you are most likely working from home. The transition to remote work happened overnight due to the pandemic. Now many businesses are planning to keep

Lacy Bursick
Lacy Bursick
How To Make Your Tiny Home Off-Grid

How To Make Your Tiny Home Off-Grid
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As the housing market continually booms, the tiny house movement is growing at a rapid rate too. With home prices increases, the need for affordable options grows as well. Tiny homes are more affordable than the average home, and it comes with perks like move-ability and the option to be

Lacy Bursick
Lacy Bursick
Getting Started
Less Square Footage Means More Freedom

Less Square Footage Means More Freedom
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As people begin to wander into the world of tiny house culture, they are often struck with the principles of minimalism. Simply put, minimalism means owning fewer possessions. It means you live only with things you really need - and things that support a purpose. This philosophy of analyzing needs

Lacy Bursick
Lacy Bursick
Tips & Advice

5 Steps To Avoid When You're Buying A Tiny House
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It is true. Tiny houses and more traditional stick-built houses are not one and the same. They are similar in a lot of ways, yes. But they are not the same. For instance, due to their demure size contractors and builders are not able to take advantage of bulk pricing

Andrew M. Odom
Andrew M. Odom

Owning a tiny house and investing the savings
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The modern tiny house movement really was a knee-jerk reaction to the conspicuous consumption pattern of American life in the 1980s. Turns out “greed is good” may not have been so good. A countercultural rise of environmentalism and social consciousness inspired people to downsize, declutter, and live more simply. Mixed

Andrew M. Odom
Andrew M. Odom
5 Tips For Green Lighting Your Tiny Home

5 Tips For Green Lighting Your Tiny Home
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Going tiny often inspires people to pursue a more sustainable lifestyle. As your build your own custom tiny home, it's a great chance to reduce their carbon footprint.

Lacy Bursick
Lacy Bursick
Tips & Advice
How Gratitude Will Ensure You'll Live Tiny For The Long Haul

How Gratitude Will Ensure You'll Live Tiny For The Long Haul
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Going tiny often means you are leaping into a new life of minimalism. Prior to living tiny, people living in large spaces often collect belongings and maybe even hoard things. This initial move in can be an overwhelming process as you shed belongings and figure out what you can and

Lacy Bursick
Lacy Bursick
Take Control Of Your Finances By Living Simply

Take Control Of Your Finances By Living Simply
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With the pandemic’s financial effects loom on, the Google search term “financial help” peaked to the highest search rating of 100. This is much higher than ever before, and even higher than the 2008 recession. The Federal Reserve recently released that there was a 4.4% annual increase of

Lacy Bursick
Lacy Bursick