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Issue 31 of Tiny House Magazine​ is now out and available for iOS, Android, and in PDF. The cover this month features the beautiful Guemes Tiny House in Washington State and is filled with articles by such notable contributors as Shelley Engberg, Jenna Spesard, Joshua Bennett, Kelly Ross, Trevor Gay, and Steven Harrell, as well as a beautiful pictorial entitled "Spaces. Places."

Purchase your copy today:  http://bit.ly/19Irtsh
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I get more and more excited each month as a new issue of Tiny House Magazine comes to the forefront. With incredibly talented designers, writers, and contributors working together with Editor Kent Griswold to bring a host of tiny house, small house, and micro-house resources together, each issue is better than the one before and Issue 30 is no different.

Read more: http://tinyrevolution.us/20…/…/18/learning-how-and-issue-30/

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Do you live in or around Ohio? Are you planning on going to the Dayton Mini Jam sponsored by +Tiny House Jamboree and arranged by +Ecocabins​? Part of the Dayton Homearama Touring Edition​ it is a chance to see tiny houses and hear tiny house speakers right alongside their "bigger" counterparts. Tiny r(E)volution is pleased to be speaking there and representing the tiny lifestyle!

Read more: http://tinyrevolution.us/2015/06/04/dayton-mini-jam-to-side-saddle-homearama-in-june/
On June 19 I'll be flying to Dayton, Ohio to give a weekends worth of presentations on tiny house living and - more specifically - the history of little digs. As part of the Dayton (Miami Valley) H...
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We introduce yet another aspect to the r(E)volutionary life today on our blog. We have recently began to talk A LOT more about our use of essential oils and natural medicines (in terms of storage in the tiny house, in terms of overhead budget, in terms of clean health, in terms of preventative healthcare, etc) and now are pleased to present to you r(E)volutionOILS (www.tinyrevolution.us/revolutionoils). 

Read more: http://tinyrevolution.us/2015/05/21/preventative-healthcare-and-simple-living/
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Issue 29 of Tiny House Magazine has just been released. Boast the theme "School's Out Forever" this special issue has a host of photos, pictures, and stories about some of your favorite bus modifications. Don't wait. Purchase your copy here: http://bit.ly/1J3qtmH
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Haven't you heard? The perfect ‪#‎tinyhouse‬ trailer has arrived. Now you can select what is important to YOUR build and then not pay a bunch of hidden fees or for parts/labor that you will only have to undo. It is worth a look no matter what stage of your build you are in.

Read more: http://tinyrevolution.us/2015/05/13/the-perfect-tiny-house-trailer-has-arrived/
Since our initial tiny house build in 2010 it seems trailers for tiny houses have become so much more advanced than the reclaimed Shasta travel trailer frame we plucked from Craigslist for a mere $...
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We used quite a bit of reclaimed and even rough cut lumber for our tiny house. How did we go about preparing it for new construction though? Today's guest post on Tiny House Blog​ may help make some of that more clear:  

http://tinyhouseblog.com/tiny-house-video/planing-rough/
Using a variety of saws and woodworking equipment can indeed be intimidating. From planers to scrolls to chops to shapers, the arsenal is lengthy.
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I have long thought that the pursuit of tiny houses goes beyond just wanting a cute little bungalow on wheels. I have toyed with the idea that it taps into some primordial human desire to nest and to stay somewhat nomadic at the same time. It shows our fascination with having things at our fingertips but in such a fashion that we can pack them up rather quickly and move one.

Read more: http://tinyrevolution.us/2015/06/15/tiny-house-101-tracing-little-digs-through-history/#sthash.NfiBYPAx.dpuf
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Just received my latest order of +Mpowerd #LuciLights. I got the #Aura Luci's. Why? Because ain't no party like a tiny house party and a tiny house party needs lights! Let's charge these things up. How about it? 
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The best definition I have been able to find of #roadschooling as well as the one I have adopted for our families purposes comes from author and educator Nancy Sathre-Vogel.

This method of schooling is generally done by a parent, usually while traveling full-time, and provides a hands-on, personal experience for learning. Roadschooling is subject to the same regulations that homeschool families face, and vary from state to state.

Read more: http://tinyrevolution.us/2015/05/26/top-3-questions-about-roadschooling/
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Talk of Tiny House Loans is heating up on the interwebs. A little while ago Thom Stanton of Timber Trails posted a warning about lending scams targeted toward the movement. More recently, Tiny House Lending (which partners with licensed U.S. lenders) expanded their service. All of which begs the question:

If you can get a Tiny House loan, should you? Are Tiny House loans a good idea?

Read more: http://tinyrevolution.us/2015/05/19/are-tiny-house-loans-a-good-idea/
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Posts and thread questions go up daily about how to add "skin" to the tiny house and what kind of material to us. With weight always being a concern and look being important as well there is much more to consider than just lap siding. We explored a number of those and now are often wrestling with the question "What is the difference between Masonite, T-111, and LP SmartSide?"

Read more: http://tinyrevolution.us/2015/04/30/what-is-the-difference-between-masonite-t-111-and-lp-smartside/
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A media-mentary on our goal to downsize, minimalize, prioritize, and proselytize, the plight of the Tiny House in a sustainable world.
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Crystal and Andrew Odom? Normal people with normal ideas! But life for us is one of sustainability and stewardship in the home and around the land. We live it. We write about. And we always want to talk about it.