Not everyone is a tiny house newbie. Some of the people in this month’s issue have been living their tiny lifestyles for quite some time.
Our cover features Kat and Erlend’s restored 30-foot Colin Archer named Glimt. The couple has been living on the water for the past four years and their journey to Berlin is quite the story.
Amanda Marie is a full-time travel vlogger, bartender, artist, and influencer. She has been living on the road since November 2017 in an RV, van, and now a bus. After nearly losing her life at age 21 she has found new meaning by living with less on the road.
Stephanie has been living in her tiny house for two years but finding a place to park her home took longer than usual. Her story about how she found her home at the Little Acorn Sanctuary will have you thinking outside the box.
With some effort and a little dreaming, tiny living can get more rewarding every year.
- I Want To Live Small
Ensembl founder Kate Swanson has always loved to cook but could never figure out why good cookware just didn’t fit in her small home. So, she invented her own!
- Bring On The Tinies
Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to save money by maximizing the potential of your property and increase its value at the same time?
- Finding Sanctuary
Long-time tiny houser and mother Stephanie Marie Kubes knows the frustration of trying to find a place to park and call home. However, along the way she has learned that sometimes HOME is right in front of you.
- 7 Proven Ways to Break Your Cell Phone Addiction
Phones are good and helpful… you are able to read this article right now because of it. But we know all too well they also have the potential to become a negative presence in our life if we allow them.
- Art Van Grow
Vlogger and #vanlife personality Amanda Marie opens up about what led her to the open road and where it has taken her now.
A few pages from the latest Tiny House Magazine Issue 82.