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  • Rebeccagreengoodbye

    What I’ve Come to Know from Tiny House Living

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    The last few months have been pretty huge for me, friends. Part of that was going smaller – downsizing into my new tiny house Jolene, passing off my old house to my nephew – but there was more at work too, the messy personal stuff […]

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  • Crossing The Bridge 3

    Dee’s Tiny House Road Trip to the Jamboree!

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    A few months ago I announced my intentions to go from Tiny to Tinier, giving my little house to my nephew Jonathan and moving into my 56 square foot Don Vardo, Jolene. In the time since, I not only had to downsize (again!) and move, […]

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  • Dee Williams' beloved folks.

    Dee Takes to the PCT to Raise Money for Leukemia and Lymphona Research

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    I live in an 84 square foot tiny house in my friends’ backyard.  Over the last 12+ years in this arrangement, I’ve been gifted with an opportunity to help when I can and (more problematically) learn how to accept help. The latter is harder for […]

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  • Dee Williams PAD Tiny Houses

    Wishing You a Year of Better, Not More

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    As the frenetic holiday shopping season winds down, we often turn to the new year with a sigh of relief.  For me the commercialized holiday season is the perfect prompt to think about what I want to do differently. Traipsing through busy malls and making […]

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  • Dee Williams, cheers

    Gratitude for Inspiration and Encouragement

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    I’ve been writing about gratitude this year, and the upcoming holiday weekend brings me full circle to several folks who have not only offered me their friendship, but have profoundly altered my course by providing inspiration and encouragement when I needed it most. On Memorial […]

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  • Dee and Jay at Dee's little house.

    Gratitude for Design: “Everything Had A Purpose And A Place.”

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    Years ago, a friend introduced me to 3D checkers. As a nerd, I loved this new spin on an old game; it demanded re-thinking the old moves, and it demanded a certain rigor and creativity that I loved. Designing a tiny house is no different. […]

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  • Himalaya

    The Landscape of the Tiny House Movement

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    I recently received a photo from my nephew, showing him and a couple of friends hiking in the Himalaya. It was an amazing gift because I have always wondered what it would feel like to stand, surrounded by snowy peaks many times taller than the […]

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