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Create The Best Try It Tiny Profile You Can

You have a great listing with professional verified photos but you still aren’t getting the bookings. Could it be because of your host profile? 

When creating an account with Try It Tiny the very first thing you are prompted to do is set up your profile. Most will skip right through this hoping to just get to the listing portion. But in just 5 extra minutes you could create a profile that creates renter confidence, exudes safety and security in the list

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How To Handle Early Arrivals and Late Checkouts

Very few hosts on platforms like Try It Tiny have escaped the unexpected early arrival or late departure. Most of the time it truly is no one's fault in particular. Sometimes our drive takes us less time than we anticipated. Sometimes it takes more. If we are towing an RV or a tiny house there is a myriad of reasons why we may arrive early or late. But that is only one side of the coin. Perhaps you, as host, had a meeting run long and you weren't able to greet your guests at the assigned t

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What Is The Biggest Mistake In Building Your Tiny House?

Mistakes happen. In fact, mistakes happen more often than not. But if you are aware of the mistakes others make it is easier to avoid making your own. Some mistakes are just self-taught lessons in disguise while others are just lack of knowledge altogether. What is the biggest mistake though when building your tiny house? Is there a biggest? Here are a few that are most common and perhaps one is the biggest. You be the judge! 

LACK OF LIGHT

Windows are key to the

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Hosting a Big Halloween Party In A Tiny House

Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary, Over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore— While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping, As of some one gently rapping, rapping at my tiny house door. “’Tis some visitor,” I muttered, “tapping at my chamber door—Only this and nothing more.”

 

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5 Tricky Places To Hide Your Trick -or- Treat Candy In A Tiny House

Living in a tiny house means everything is out in the open. There are very few places to hide things. This can be good and bad. Come this time of year it is bad. No one wants to share their candy corn or their bite-size Snickers! But in a tiny house, there are few places to store those delicious sweets and hiding our valuable is practically embedded in our very human nature. As children, we hid things that meant a great deal to us. As adults, we hide gifts around Christmas time so our love

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