Tiny Homes - a new definition of freedom!


Living in a tiny home has recently become the dream of a certain type of younger and older people alike for all kinds of reasons, but all of them have to do with freedom, creativity and simplicity.

Freedom from the debt-system, from rules and regulations in zoning and coding laws, from being stuck in a particular neighborhood, freedom to express your God-given creativity and enjoy a simple but comfortable lifestyle in a small - but expandable space connected to nature.

Living in a tiny home has even created a social movement and culture - as only a certain kind of people choose this lifestyle as their absolute and very desirable favorite.

Although it is not for everyone to actually TRAVEL with a tiny home (it is an RV after all) it certainly is wonderful to live there in your chosen environment - which are mostly private properties with no particular zoning restrictions and endless possibilities.

"There must be a downside" - you may think. Well, not if you already adhere to this kind of lifestyle wherever you live now.

Of course, if you are into hoarding and being used to big spaces you definitely need to adapt to this new, but very  healthy lifestyle - and you likely will not regret it.

 



 Randy Jones founded "Incredible Tiny Homes" in Morristown, Tennessee in 2014 with a passion to pursue a professional standard of craftsmanship in the Tiny Home industry. On his channel he is presenting a big variety of models as well as the Tiny Home communities he has established on his own land like the "Forest" or the "Beach". 


If you are contemplating Tiny Homes, you are probably already familiar with Bryce from New Zealand and his show "Living Big In A Tiny House".

He documents the lives of people around the world who live in unique and interesting small homes.

You might also be interested in Jenna's blog and her channel "Tiny House Giant Journey" where she visited over 30 US States and five Canadian Provinces with her Tiny House in tow.

 

"Tumbleweed Tiny House Company" is one of the first designers and builders of tiny homes.

Another well known brand are the "Park Models", available in most US states. A great feature of these tiny homes is the fact that they look and feel like a stick-build home, but since it is built onto a wheeled-chassis (which can be removed after delivery for placement on a semi-permanent foundation) the home is classified as an RV and is easily movable! 

 

"Tiny House Big Living" is a Channel sharing houses under 500 sq ft. In the past few years, tiny houses have surged in popularity. They're economical, environmentally friendly, and encourage people to live minimally. Look around and have a look at some of the beautiful homes and spaces people have created. Enjoy!