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Even More Ideas For Keeping Your Tiny House From Freezing

There always seems to be that one tricky light in a house. You know, it is the one that is operated by two different light switches. Of course, the switches are across the room from each other, leaving you trapped in a little game of who is on and who is off. You flip the switch closet to you to the ON position. Nothing happens. You look over at the other switc

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Just Stay In Bed This Morning (sleeping tiny house style)

The East Coast is waking up to a blanket of snow this morning. From Maine to Florida roads have given way to ice and front lawns have turned to mounds of fluffy cotton. Just a week after Christmas, Mother Nature is delivering the best she could do in regards to a White Christmas. And while some are thinking of how to spend their day off from work or out of school, others

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Energy Improvements One Month At A Time

The clock strikes midnight and the ball drops. A good thing, right? Absolutely. But there is no reason to drop the ball when it comes to energy savings. Afterall, part of going tiny means less overhead and less waste, right? So why miss an opportunity to save money and save energy? Perhaps some of these month-by-month tips will help you pick the ball back up.

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The Error Of Closing Your Tiny House To The Winter Weather

Oh, Baby, it’s cold outside. At least in many parts of the nation. In fact, just last week the Southeast, typically known for its milder temperatures and absence of snow and ice, dropped below freezing and saw snow in areas from southern Alabama to northern Georgia. With such winter weather comes a myriad of issues affecting our homes

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Travel Tips For ‘Keeping It Classy’ On The Road

Yesterday you read about the recent Try It Tiny six-week tour: 3 adults, 1 puppy, and a 96 sq.ft. tiny house on wheels. Much was learned on that trip. Here’s a few highlights.

SKIP THE CLUTTER

There is no reason to carry along the kitchen sink when traveling. Not ever. Ditch the extras. Pare down your accessories, forget about hardback (or even paperback)

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