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I love when we can share a bit of advice with others. I was recently able to start talking to Tiny House Tiny Footprint about putting funds together to start their build. I even had the opportunity to write out a guest post:  https://tinyhousetinyfootprint.squarespace.com/blogposts/2015/2/26/5-ways-to-find-money-to-help-your-build
This month we are featuring a guest post by Andrew Odom, founder of Tiny r(E)volution. The tiny house movement is filled with wonderful souls and Andrew is one of them. We connected on social media a few months ago and it feels like we've already met. That's the power of the web, my friends. I asked Andrew to help us begin our tiny house project. I told him that we were struggling to get started as financials are always tight. Since he...
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Just when you think you’ve seen it all in the tiny house community or attended every workshop there is or read every book on the shelves along comes something newer with seemingly more information. Don’t be discouraged though because it simply isn’t true. New opportunities are often making themselves known and thanks to Mariah Coz and The Comet Camper you can now enroll in TinyCamp: 3 Months of Community, Campfire Chats, Expert Guidance and Resources.

Read more: http://tinyrevolution.us/2015/02/06/your-britches-arent-too-big-for-tiny-camp/
Just when you think you’ve seen it all in the tiny house community or attended every workshop there is or read every book on the shelves along comes something newer with seemingly more information. Don’t be discouraged though because it […]
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Just this week on the +Tiny House Blog: Properly Hitching A Trailer To A Tow Vehicle (step-by-step) -> http://tinyhouseblog.com/tiny-house-video/properly-hitching-trailer-tow-vehicle/
This includes the use of safety chains, stabilizer bars, a sway bar, coupler locks, and trailer brakes.
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Have you already spent too much this holiday season and now need to find a way to make back some money? Here are some great ideas to put the jingle back in your bells.

Read more tips: http://tinyrevolution.us/2014/12/10/raising-money-this-holiday-season/
Let’s be honest. For many of us the holiday season means blowing our budget, throwing fiscal caution to the wind, and indulging on shopping marathons fueled by Starbucks Peppermint Lattes and a deep-seated “tis the season” mentality. We often spend […]
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Find out why it took  14 months to build his beautiful #tinyhouse  . His attention to detail and understanding of the build are second-to-none. Watch the #video  here:  http://tinyrevolution.us/2014/11/06/tiny-house-decisions/
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Just because you live in a #tinyhouse  doesn't mean you can't prepare for an emergency. Learn how to assemble your #BugOutBag  even in a small space! 

http://tinyrevolution.us/2014/10/14/keeping-a-bug-out-bag-in-a-tiny-house/
Right now it seems there are several nasty storm systems moving across the Midwestern and Southeastern regions of the United States. Coupled with the recent and violent wildfires on the West Coast there has never been a better time to make […]
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Please don't underestimate a good #FirstAid  Kit and how important it is in your #TinyHouse  or #RV . Just because space is limited doesn't mean your desire to attend to boo-boos and emergencies has to be!

http://tinyrevolution.us/2015/02/20/a-first-aid-kit-for-the-tiny-life/
Just because living in a small space is prohibitive to things like 60″ LCD screens, walk-in closets, and side-by-side washer and dryer units, does not mean it is implausible nor irresponsible to have a proper first aid kit. From small […]
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Finally an affordable eCourse that teaches you how to reclaim your freedom and live without a mortgage. Taught by Karl and +Hari Berzins of the +Tiny House Family this course is a good one with a large number of satisfied "graduates." Learn their secrets and register today! -http://tinyrevolution.us/2015/01/10/live-mortgage-free-find-out-how/
There isn’t one of us who wouldn’t like to live each day knowing we don’t have a ballooned payment waiting for us at the end of the month. There isn’t one of us that wouldn’t like to look at our […]
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What a fun post. Everyone in the tiny world can use an alternative tree. 
 
The Perfect Alternative Christmas Tree - According to HISTORY.com the history of the Christmas tree is a rather long one finding a root (see what I did there?) in numerous cultures over hundreds of years. In fact, “long before the advent of Christianity, plants and trees that remained green all year had a special meaning for people in the winter. Just as people today decorate their homes during the festive season with pine, spruce, and fir trees, ancient peoples hung ev... http://ow.ly/2RRb9t
Ask most any American and the answer you are likely to get regarding the perfect Christmas tree is a Fraser Fir or Douglas Fir standing just over 6' tall and about 53" wide.
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lots of ideas there. I'm kind of a traditionalist so would likely stay with just a very small real tree, and yet go with electric LED lights instead of candles (not a good idea on a tree in a tiny house anyway). Only need to make room for it during the season and then recycle it back to the environment.
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Have you ever considered putting up quilts on your windows (and even doors) for heat retention during the cold months?

More photos: http://tinyhouseblog.com/heaters/using-quilts-historical-heat/
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Excellent idea! I love the natural light of the sun coming in uncovered windows, but at night it's dark out so this is a great idea for keeping the warmth inside.
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I prepped you earlier. It's time to act now and be the first to see what Issue 22 of Tiny House Magazine has in store. 

Download Here: http://bit.ly/19Irtsh
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Just at a year ago the r(E)vo Convo (co-hosted by Andrew Odom and +Laura LaVoie) interviewed a young couple that had just gotten their trailer and were about to start building. They called themselves +Tiny House Giant Journey and they were excited about this trip around the country they intended to take. Boy have them come far in just a year!

http://tinyrevolution.us/2013/10/30/tiny-revolution-interview-guillaume-jenna/
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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.