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Living Small (and the winner of The Big Tiny: A Built-It-Myself Memoir by Dee Williams)

Earlier this month I interviewed Dee Williams author of The Big Tiny: A Built-It-Myself Memoir and we asked lensmasters to create a lens about something they downsized in their life or something they’d like to downsize.

We got some nice submissions. You can read five of them below. We also are giving one lensmasters a copy of Dee’s book. The winner of the book is  who acutally had the opportunity to tour Dee’s house. You can read about it here Envisioning A Tiny House. Congratulations!

 

Reducing the stuff I have

1. Reducing the stuff I have

Stuff: matter, material, articles, or activities of a specified or indeterminate kind that are being referred to, indicated, or implied. (thank you Google) This lens is about all the accumulated treasures that we have. They are like a child – I know when I…

Envisioning A Tiny House

2. Envisioning A Tiny House

Getting from the idea of a tiny house to the actuality of a tiny house is the tricky part. It’s probably even trickier than the genuine construction process part. And for a lot of people, learning to scale down and live smaller takes a lot longer to m…

Downsizing to Small Space Living: Tips

3. Downsizing to Small Space Living: Tips

We were lucky when the recession hit. Well, some might say otherwise because our ‘big’ house had to go, but it was one of the best things that ever happened. You see, we already had somewhere else to live – a tiny apartment. The apartment, which…

Liberate Your Life by Downsizing

4. Liberate Your Life by Downsizing

I thought it was the end of the world, as I knew it. Perhaps it was, but it was a good end instead of a bad one. My husband got laid off. He was one of the 7 pastors at a mega- church when the economic downturn caused the church to decide to lay people off…

Living In A Very Small Home

5. Living In A Very Small Home

The title explains it all. For the most part, anyone that chooses (or has the necessity) to live in a tiny house does so because the cost of living is so much smaller than living in a big house. We went ‘small’ two years ago. There were a number…

Bonnie Diczhazy is the Editor-in-Chief of the SquidooHQ Blog. Send her a Tweet at @bdkz.

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    This is something I know a whole lot about! In the beginning, because of a major life transition, downsizing was a necessity…it even felt like loss. Now it is a constant choice, an ongoing process and feels freeing! Now I’ll read what your 5 lensmasters wrote….

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