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I work from home. I have always had a small office space to isolate myself and really focus in on my day-to-day tasks. Usually those spaces are just claimed nooks and crannies and traditionally, have NOT been heated/cooled. That has all changed now. I installed a ClimateRight DIY Mini Split AC with Heat Pump in my latest office.

Watch the video: https://youtu.be/IZrmcHocDdI
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It is always nice to have another occasion we can show the "proof in the pudding." We have recently placed our trademarked Built-In Roll Out Bed (plans here: http://bit.ly/1WJE0rZ) in our small house otherwise known as Tiny r(E)volution v.3.0. As you can see the years have treated it well and it looks (and feels) just as comfortable as ever. Our guests will definitely thank us in the morning!
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Now is the time to purchase your ClimateRight DIY Ductless Mini Split Air Conditioner and Heat Pump. For a limited time you can save $100 off the retail price and receive FREE shipping. You seriously can't beat that. The 1-ton unit:

• Requires no duct work
• Is a true DIY installation without a need for an HVAC technican or
electrician required
• Has a “Quick Connect” Pre-Charged Line-Set
• Is ultra-efficient and has Quiet Inverter Technology
• Is designed for 4,000 to 12,000 BTUs of ductless climate control
• Is portable
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Have you ever seen a more beautiful and comfortable looking park model? I would definitely call this model by EcoCabins in Colorado, a great place to call home! And while I'm at it, have you ever seen a better looking magazine for micro, tiny, small, and otherwise, unconventional, home enthusiasts? No? Well start reading today by getting your copy of Tiny House Magazine Issue 40.

Find Out More: http://bit.ly/19Irtsh
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What do pumpkin pie, oyster stuffing, cranberry sauce, and turkey have in common? IT DOESN'T MATTER BECAUSE......

the latest issue of Tiny House Magazine is available for purchase!
At 81 pages this issue is our biggest yet and includes articles on builders, exercise, podcasts, minimalism, and over-the-road trucking! There is truly something for everyone.

To purchase your copy visit: http://bit.ly/19Irtsh
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Issue 34 of Tiny House Magazine has just been published at the PDF store along with the iOS and Android versions. With a large number of fantastic articles and a helping of the brilliant photographs the magazine has become known for, this special Halloween Issue is an outstanding one!

Purchase your copy: http://bit.ly/19Irtsh
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We all toss around the idea of building a small space out of completely recycled and repurposed materials. But is it always a good idea? Visit the link below on +Tiny House Blog to find out my thoughts on the subject.

Read more: http://tinyhouseblog.com/tiny-house/the-pros-and-cons-of-reusing-materials/
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I have been an LP Building Products​ SmartSide fan since 2009 and I remain one today. Tomorrow we'll start showing photos of our barn we are wrapping up on. We, again, used LP products and couldn't be happier with the application and finished product. Until then though, be sure to head over to +Tiny House Blog to read my side-by-side comparison of SmartSide, T-111, and OSB. It is worth the read.
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Now that we are #smallhomestead living my fields of interest are varying just a bit. Today on +Tiny House Blog I was fortunate enough to write about the myth of creating a 1-acre homestead/small farm. Take a moment and have a read:

http://tinyhouseblog.com/tiny-house/building-your-1-acre-homestead-or-not/
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I am happy to report that Tiny House Magazine Issue 39 is now available for purchase. Let me remind you that this magazine is the ONLY magazine in the world dedicated to micro, small, tiny, and otherwise, unconventional housing. Each month is expertly published by Kent Griswold of Tiny House Blog. You can purchase your copy by clicking on this link: http://bit.ly/19Irtsh

I do receive a small commission off each sale that comes through the above link. However, this month I am donating 75% of my commission to Roger Lehet of Kimberly Wood Stoves. Roger was in an accident just a couple of days ago. His camper and his truck were totaled and Roger can use the help of the tiny house community. -> https://www.gofundme.com/b8tx2m5k

Please do consider purchasing a copy for both the resource of the magazine and to support a pioneer in the tiny house movement.
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It's that time again!

Tiny House Magazine - Issue 38 - is available for purchase. At 89 pages it is an incredible read for the micro house, tiny house, small house, and unconventional house enthusiast.

Some of the articles in this issue are:

• Builders of the Month (featuring California Tiny Homes)
• Going Dutch: part 2
• Julia Dreads
• RV Park Living
• What Tiny Living Makes Possible
• The Secret Garden
• ...and pages more!

Purchase your copy here: http://bit.ly/19Irtsh
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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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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.