Sunday, August 12, 2012

Quick Update on a Warm Seattle Day

Well, we haven't posted anything in quite a while. Busy life up here, but people often ask for an update. We get questions like, "are you still living in the tiny house?", and sometimes from skeptics, "so, uh, how is it, living in there?"Well, we still love it. We built it and it means something to us in addition to being a good place to live.

Perhaps this isn't the best picture for summer, but when the snow piled up in January, we stayed cozy inside and spent about $50 for heating and hot water all winter. Our life is simpler and we see things differently than we did before started this journey in 2009. No, we probably won't live in it forever, but certainly for a few more years.


  1. When you live in a tiny place, life becomes a cycle. When space becomes impossible, then it forces a person to look around at their stuff and re-evaluate its place and value in their life. I think each person should have a space to work and shared space to sleep and eat. But that's just me. Congratulations on your living experience!

    1. Thank you Isabel. Ya know, it really has been, and continues to be amazing to life this life. It gives us different perspective on things.


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