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  • Kent Griswold from Tiny House Blog and Dee Williams from PAD Tiny Houses

    Operation Gratitude, and Finding Courage

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    On January 1st this year, I decided to embark on a year of gratitude. I want to spend more time honoring my relationships and expressing my thanks. I also want to put in the effort to find moments of gratitude in unexpected places. It’s easy […]

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  • Dee Williams tiny house on the road

    The Big Tiny Tour Diary: On The Road With Jolene

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    I’ve been dreaming about a possible downsize for a while… and especially since I busted my butt falling out of my loft a few years ago. Limping around for six months with my sacrum slowly knitting itself back together, I started wondering what it would […]

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    On the Road with The Big Tiny

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    I’m home in Olympia now, back from my six week book tour for The Big Tiny. I was absolutely wowed by the whole experience, and I want to share short vignettes of some of my most memorable tour stops over the next couple weeks. The […]

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  • The Big Tiny Jacket

    Big Tiny Tour and Media Update!

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    The Big Tiny hits bookstores tomorrow – Tuesday, April 22nd!  Dee will soon be visiting cities all over the country for readings and events with her inspirational story. Scroll down for the Book Tour Schedule or check it out on The Big Tiny Book Page. […]

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  • Dee Williams Tiny House - Unlikely Lives Profile

    Dee Williams: An Independent Spirit Grows Into Community

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    With 10 years in her 84 square foot house on wheels, Dee is often called a pioneer of the tiny house movement. I think it’s brave enough just to be an early adopter of a new idea, but Dee was one of the earliest adopters out […]

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  • Dee Building Square

    How do you start building a tiny house?

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    “A few days ago, I spent almost an hour trying to recondition an oscillating fan that I found in a junk pile. I’m not certain, but I think the reason it was tossed out was because it had a frightening wad of human hair wrapped […]

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  • Roo7

    “How would it feel to live so light?”: An Excerpt from The Big Tiny

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    “I came across an article about a guy who’d built a tiny house on wheels, a house smaller than my garage, smaller than a parking spot. It looked like a cabin that would be used in a commercial for pancake batter, or in a painting […]

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