Here come the holidays and you have reservations about hosting people at your tiny house. Don’t count yourself out of entertaining just because you have decided to go tiny. Laura Fenton is the Lifestyle Director for Parents Magazine and has contributed to ShelterPop, AOL, Good Housekeeping, and Quick & Simple magazine. Her article for Refinery 29 is a perfect handbook for anyone looking to have a Tiny House Thanksgiving dinner (or ANY dinner party for that matter) in a small space.
Contrary to popular belief, when you go tiny, you don’t have to make EVERYTHING in your life go tiny. For the most part, this holds true with your dog breeds as well. Just because you have a toy breed, doesn’t mean that they are perfect for a tiny house and the same holds true on the opposite side: just because the dog is huge, doesn’t mean he won’t fit into your new tiny life. Although there are MANY breeds that will fit in a tiny lifestyle, here are five of the best dog breeds for a tiny house worth checking out.
Summer is right around the corner, and that means it is once again time to fire up the grill and get cooking with gas. Or charcoal. If you are living in a tiny house or are thinking about building one, you may find yourself outside grilling more often for a number of reasons. So break out the meat and veggies with these: the best tiny house grills.
With the Tiny House movement on the rise, more and more of us are considering going tiny. But first, there are some hurdles to jump; loan approval (if you don’t mind the debt option), scraping and saving, getting out from under a current mortgage or lease. Oh! And if children are in the picture…it can be even MORE intimidating.