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5 Things To Look For In A Tiny House

The concept behind Try It Tiny is very similar to going to the Chevy dealer, spotting a slate grey Equinox, and taking it for a .7 mile spin around the block, to the 3rd stoplight, through the parking lot of the Gas ‘n Go, and back into the show lot. You want to feel for yourself if the turning radius is as advertised. You want to feel if it handles like your Honda Accord

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Using A Drone To Rent Your Tiny House

Movie making has changed considerably over the past few years as filmmakers have begun to employ the use of iPhones and tablet devices. GoPro cameras mounted to handlebars and helmets have changed the first-person perspective. Most importantly though, the drone camera has given the user access to angles and perspectives that have historically been unavailable with a digit

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How To Take Inviting Photos For Your Tiny House Listing

Since the advent of the smartphone, you no longer need expensive camera equipment, a degree in photography, a lighting rig, or even large blocks of time to capture professional-looking photos that will help your Try It Tiny listing stand out amongst the others. You really just need the aforementioned phone, an hour or so, and the following tips.

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How To Write An Overnight Tiny House Review

We live in a world of user-generated content. The power of suggestion as found in user-generated content and reviews stimulates purchase and rental behavior. Websites realize this. Why else would Amazon.com and sites like it filter results by average customer review? In Try It Tiny terms, renters are more likely to trust their friends and networks about a product rather t

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Give Gifts Like A Minimalist

So this is Christmas. What have you done? 

The year was 1972 and Vietnam was still three years from being over. The entire political climate in the world was different than now and Lennon/Yono was reminding those who were coming home that each day matters and that as each year passes we should try to be the best versions of ourselves. Those poignant words

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