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5 Things You Should Always Travel With As A Tiny House Nomad

Being absent-minded is not a crime. It never has been and never will be. But when it comes to carelessness, that is an entirely different subject. When living on the road, as a number of tiny housers do, a checklist of what to have all the time is essential. For instance, You should never park your house without first leveling it. But in order to level it correctly, you need to have at least a set of leveling bubbles stuck to the exterior. A good 4-

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5 Ways To Get Water To Your Tiny House

Water is a big deal. In fact, getting fresh, clean water to your tiny house is one of the biggest deals. FACT: a person can go weeks without food. A person can go days without shelter. But without water? 3 days. You have 3 days without water before your body and mind start to shut down. It makes sense then to consider your options, choose wisely, and commit to understanding how your tiny house stays hydrated, so to speak.

USE CITY PLUMBING

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Beginning To Wire Your Tiny House

Through the years of the modern tiny house movement, there has been a bit of bickering back and forth suggesting that grid power is better than solar power and vice versa. Truth is, neither is worth anything if the wiring, load distribution, breaker choices, etc. are incorrect from the start. Wiring begins with assessing what you want in your tiny house including everything from lighting fixtures to USB outlets. It is all important because it all effects how you wire your home. 

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How To Choose A Tiny Home

Going tiny is no easy decision. It is a choice based on more than just square feet and a desire to travel the highways and byways. In fact, size and mobility have little to do with anything other than the initial step. A number of other factors come into play such as…well, factors such as the following.

HOW WELL BUILT IS THE TINY HOUSE

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Tiny House Chores

Living in a “normal size house” comes with a fairly daunting list of things to do each day as well as each week and even seasonally. Just because you live in a tiny house on wheels doesn’t mean those responsibilities don’t exist though. They just tend to exist on a small scale. For instance, dusting may not take more than 5 or 6 minutes if you only have 4-5 shelves, a few

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