Archive | Helping Each Other/Inspiration

Helping each other creates an enormous sense of inspiration within each of us. As humans we are wired to be kind and to care and we are in touch with this nature, we thrive and inspire the world around us.

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Sailing Into the Abyss: Facing Doubt, Fear, and Humility

My darling husband Andrew sure has some funny ideas from time to time. Six years ago he’d said, “Hey honey, what do you think about getting rid of our house, most of our material possessions, buying a pop up tent trailer, and moving to the beaches of Baja?” Being one for adventure, I’d enlisted before […]

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Swedish Death Cleaning: Taking Minimalism to the Next Level

Swedish Death Cleaning: Taking Minimalism to the Next Level Being that half my genetic stock traces back to the Vikings and my best childhood memories arise from my time visiting family there, the term “Swedish Death Cleaning” stopped me in my tracks. What was this sorcery and what did it all mean? I had to […]

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Moving This Tiny House Life Afloat!

Moving This Tiny House Life Afloat!

MOVING THIS TINY HOUSE LIFE AFLOAT! Greetings from Loreto, Baja Sur, Mexico! The thermometer hit a perfect 86F today, we got our daily fill of Vitamin D, and a breeze coming off the Sea of Cortez is completing a pretty much idyllic day. Andrew and I have been coming down to Baja at least once […]

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Legalizing Tiny Houses in Oregon

Background on HB 2737  This summer, Oregon House Bill 2737 (the tiny house bill) was passed by the State House and Senate and signed into law by the Governor. It is an important step towards legalizing tiny houses in Oregon. HB2737 was authored by state representatives and mandates that the state of Oregon create a tiny […]

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Why Recent Grads Should Consider Living in a Tiny House

Tiny houses can provide a fantastic, fun, and affordable option for recent graduates. Our friend Jacob at www.DollarDilligence.com is in his 20s and on track to retire by the age of 35. Below he lays out why recent grads should consider living in a tiny house. If you know someone who has just graduated (or […]

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