Bryce, from Living Big In A Tiny House, shares what the last 8 months has been like living in his Lotus Belle Tent. Bryce – and his tent – are in New Zealand on a remote property. He’s in the process of building a tiny house and this tent is his temporary tiny home.
He reports it’s been an amazing experience, but also share the challenges. Watch the video below and hear first hand what it was like to live off-the-grid in such a minimalist shelter. To follow all of Bryce’s tiny living experiences subscribe to his to the Living Big In A Tiny House YouTube Channel. You can see all his past stories at Living Big In A Tiny House.
Environmentally conscious Fred Schultz is building a “tiny house” or 10sq m home on a trailer at his wife’s family home in Templestowe so he and his family can do just that.About 4.2m tall and less than 2.5m wide, the house can be towed by a truck and the family can park at their leisure, unfolding the two veranda roof shades to enjoy their scenery.” – Herald Sun
Here’s a peek into what it’s like to live off-grid in London. With sweat equity and resourceful scavenging this narrow boat owner has carved out a low cost way of living in one of the most expensive cities in the world. This video was brought to you by the folks at Off-Grid.net, where you can learn how to free yourself.
My monthly expenses here are like $200, and everything’s paid for – no mortgage. Now I don’t have to think about my bills when I get up in the morning, which is a really nice feeling.” – John Wells via Unlikely Lives
The house (called the steely cottage) is designed and built from scratch on a 24×8.5 foot flatbed trailer. It has taken just under a year to complete. The charter I used to build it is pretty simple. “everything I need, nothing I don’t” The house is fully off the grid, all electrical is generated by a self contained solar system (PV panels/control center and batteries for storage) – Tiny House Swoon
Today, this post by Solar Baby was brought to my attention. While she and her husband do not live in a tiny house I would argue that they do live intentionally and having solar power is a big part of their identity. I love that she takes on the myths of solar power systems and shares her insight on what solar power isn’t.
Since I do live in a tiny house which happens to be off the grid, I thought I might chime in on some of her topics here.” – Laura LoVoie
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