What is it really like to live in a tiny house? Curiosity about tiny homes is exploding, yet it’s still hard for most people to wrap their heads around what it’s like to build or live in one. Isn’t it just too kooky, too risky, or too hard? Not once you see it through the eyes of the people who already call tiny houses home.
Billy Ulmer from PAD and Unlikely Lives wrote this ebook to collect stories and advice to inspire people to take action on their own tiny house dreams, and to think differently about the way our homes can help us lead lives we love. It features over 200 pages of photos and interviews with people who live in tiny homes, discussing questions like these:
- Why did a tiny house feel right to them?
- How did they go about designing, building and moving in?
- What is life like now that they’ve been living there, for between a few months and ten years?
It also shares why tiny houses aren’t as “extreme” as some might think, offers useful perspectives on how people overcame the challenges in their own journeys, and recommends practical steps to help anyone create some of the benefits of tiny house living, no matter where they call home.
Dee and her little home are featured in the ebook, and here’s what she has to say:
I wish this book had been available years ago, when I dreamed of designing and building my own small house. It would have been like gasoline on a fire, driving me toward something I didn’t yet fully understand. Although there’s plenty of great information and gorgeous photos throughout, “Life in a Tiny House” offers insight far beyond a how-to book or picture album. Through personal stories, written in an almost live-time interview style, the reader is invited into the conversation, and into their own dreams of a life worth living. – Dee Williams
New Price! $10 for Life in a Tiny House Downloadable Ebook (PDF Format)
Preview the stories and see more photos in our Tiny House Profiles.