What you do today can improve all your tomorrows.
Great stuff Megan!! I am realizing I’m a little passionate about this. -Sarah M. H.
I love reading your blog. You are a brilliant writer and have an amazing perspective. -Linda M.
Took a coffee & snack break. Sat down to this awesome post. I’m a tiny person, so I can speak from experience. Living tiny is awesome. -Ronei H.
What is Living Tiny?
What could you do, what would your life look like, if you were debt-free? Clutter-free? What if you weren’t carrying all that weight? What if, for once, you could say you aren’t too busy?
- sentimental items
- things I might need
- possessions that could save me money because I found a good deal even though I don’t need it yet
More About Me
I’m Megan, and it’s so nice to meet you!
I already know you are amazing…just like this “guy” I met in the airport.
As for myself, I hate wasting everything from money and paper to time and energy. A tiny house is a great way to prioritize and use what I have wisely. My hope is that this blog will encourage you to do the same.
I know it can be difficult since we have access to so many material possessions. It’s hard to simplify and even harder t keep things simple. We take on so much responsibility that we don’t even have time to think about what matters to us most.
As an English major, studying Walden in college reminded me of my dream to live a more self-sustained and carefree life in the woods. A couple of my friends and I agreed we could live in a shack together someday. We even each wrote a short story of what it would be like. So when I saw a video of a tiny house, I knew I wanted to join the movement.
See, I’m a bit of an idealist and an optimist. It’s worked out pretty well for me so far. It’s why I believed I could pay off $25k and why I refuse to go back into debt. I know there is a better way. Buying land and a tiny house will help free me up to travel and brighten people’s days more than I am able to do now.
It will also allow me to do more of what I love: reading, climbing trees, writing letters, gardening, backpacking and exploring outdoors.
If you’d like to know more about me, you can check out this interview I did sharing how I stayed off the hamster wheel with my lifestyle.
Welcome to a small piece of my life. I’m glad to have you share in it, and I hope you will find it worth your time.
Here are a few of my favorite/most popular posts to get you started:
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