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Meet Our Host, Curtis From Colorado

The team at Try It Tiny is excited to start feature an all-star Host each month!  This month, we’d like to highlight one of our newer Hosts who has already made a big difference to several Guests.

Meet Curtis, who lives on a

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6 Weeks On The Road With 2 Boys, A Tiny, And A Toothbrush

Can it be done? Can 3 adults and a puppy live on the road in 96 sq.ft.? Can they do it all the while meeting new people, staying on unfamiliar land and with unknown people, and can they stay sane (and alive?) while doing so. The answer is yes! In fact, it is a resounding yes and it was done just a couple of months ago.

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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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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 Make A Great Guest Guide

It is fairly simple math. Without guests, you have no one to stay at your tiny house or on your land. With no one staying in your tiny house or on your land, there is no one to contribute to your revenue stream. You also have no one to leave reviews which will, in turn, bring about future guests and therefore creating future income. That said, going above and beyond for a

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