- 200 pages of photos and interviews.
- Why these people chose to live tiny.
- How they designed, built, and moved in.
- What life is like for them so far.
- Ten inspiring tiny house stories with color photos.
Thank you TinyHouseTalks.com I got your announcement of this just published e-book and I had to share, immediately. There's so much I have to tell and share about my journey from Homeless to Living Large, Tiny, but I have no time to get it together, now. Right now, Healing Homelessness pursuits seem to be taking my time and energy. Until I get on the road and have some time to "get it together," I think this e-book is the Bee's Knees ! This book follows the journey of 10 individuals and couples from dream, to concept, designing and living their tiny lives, from a few months to 10 years, and I'm dying to share it with you.
This story is told in by the individuals in their own words, so you can feel their heart talking. and I've already learned some great, practical and inspirational tips. Like, look at and read about this couple's skylights. Two of them! Hinged to open on both sides of her pitched roof. Wow! Talk about sleeping under the stars !!! I'm afraid, they may be too large for traveling homes, the torque could crack them and cause leaking problems. Modifying, and sealing them from driving rain, while driving, could be tricky, just keep those challenges in mind, and work them out, if this skylight inspires you.
What You’ll Get Inside this eBook
CLICK HERE to read more about this little gem of a book. Print it out, and put it in a binder on your coffee table. Inspire others. And keep looking for MY BOOKS ( Becoming a Gypsy by living large, tiny , and Healing Homelessness, a step-by-step Guide for Caring Activists ) in the not Tooooo distant future.........
When the economy crashed and Jaclyn was being forced from her home due to foreclosure, she knew she wanted more than just a roof over her head. She wanted to travel, and have adventures, but didn't want to live in an RV. She wanted her home to be soul inspiring and nurturing, but needed to create it on a shoe-string budget. So, with minimal funds and a little help from her friends, she built her tiny traveling sanctuary.
In this blog, you'll find the story of Jaclyn's journey from foreclosure to Living Large, Tiny in her Gypsy Island Sanctuary.
Go here for her story.
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