Author was co-owner of the first tiny house construction company in the US – Tiny House Construction Co.
She is a well-known speaker and widely published in magazine such as Mother Earth News, Backyard Poultry , and Grit
Tiny homes have captured the imagination of millions of people worldwide
They offer the appeal of less maintenance, lower costs, and a smaller ecological footprint – but is it the right choice for you?
Moving to a tiny home is not just about living in a small space, but about re-evaluating your "stuff"
This book enables the reader to decide "How much is enough?"
It covers the advantages of living in a tiny/smaller home with realistic steps for evaluating the downsizing that is required to live in one
The book takes you through a process to decide what is important to have and keep both now and for the future
Includes chapters on clutter control, "stuffology," and Frequently Asked Questions
Intended Audience : Downsizers, empty nesters, boomerang kids, grannies and nannies, single parents, fix-incomers, those needing a spare bedroom or guest house, student housing, man caves, recreational get-aways