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Tiny Themed Ornaments You Must Have On Your Tree

The Christmas tree is a symbol of the holiday. It is a rite of passage when families come together, good food is prepared, carols are sung, and presents are exchanged. Be it evergreen, wooden, plastic, sprayed with glitter, or made of a vinyl decal, the Christmas tree evokes a simpler time in us all and illuminates the cold days and nights of December. The ornaments thoug

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5 Ways To Decorate Your Tiny House For The Holidays

Just because you may live in a small space, own a small space, rent out a small space, or simply dream of a small space, there is absolutely no reason why you can’t celebrate the holidays in a big way! Comedian Larry Wilde is credited with saying “Never worry about the size of your Christmas tree. In the eyes of children, they are all 30 feet tall.” Isn’t that what decora

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Black Friday: How To Survive A Minimalists Worst Nightmare

It has been said that Black Friday is the day we trample people for things we don’t need, the day after being thankful for what we have. The day is the absolute Armageddon doomsday for minimalists and most tiny housers. It is a day to celebrate consumerism at any cost! So how does someone trying to live on a small scale survive such a day?

DON’T GO SHOPPING!

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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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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

Going off-grid is not always the a

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