Tiny House Mindset

Living in a tiny house or space requires a minimalist mindset. Life has to become more intentional and you need to focus on what matters and is most important.

From the initial design of your tiny house, being budget-conscious and doing a lot of the work yourself can save you money in the long run. In Laura’s article, she shares five timely tips to help you plan your designs along these lines.

Contessa shares how you need to change your mindset by not comparing yourself to your peers and thinking you need the latest devices, etc. You just don’t!

To minimize you have to pair down your life to what you need and nothing else. Your priorities will change. Family and time together become more important. Experiences instead of things take priority.

The advantage of living tiny can open up opportunities to save money and invest. By choosing to live simply you don’t spend as much and can choose to change your financial future.

Living tiny can also open up travel opportunities. If you are living in a camper or travel trailer you can take your home and often your work with you.

With technology like Starlink Internet, you can work from almost anywhere in the world!

These are just a few of the advantages of minimization and living tiny. I hope you enjoy this month’s issue.

Inside this issue you will find:

  • Budget-Friendly Tiny House Design Tips
  • TinyFest : Inspiring A Tiny Living Movement
  • Mind Blowing DIY Tiny Home On A Foundation
  • Exploring The Tiny House Revolution
  • A Lifetime Of Adventure – On The Cover
  • 10 Question To Push Your Minimalism Further
  • Embracing the Minimalist Magic:
  • It’s All A True Story
  • Summer Dreamin’ – Cowboy Pools

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A few pages from this issue.


Purchase Tiny House Magazine Issue 135

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