What can we learn from Tiny Homes?
The tiny home phenomenon is becoming popular in many parts of the world.
For some, the move is driven by a desire to downsize and live a minimalist lifestyle. Others see it as a way to decrease their impact on the environment.
Economics are often a large part of the equation. Buying and maintaining a tiny home can be relatively inexpensive, and the savings can help many people on their path towards financial freedom.
Tiny homes are often less than one-fifth the size of a small median family home.
Entertaining guests can be challenging so Tiny-home living isn’t for everyone.
It requires ingenuity and resourcefulness, so surely we can all learn something from those who choose to live in Tiny Homes
Freedom from debt is priceless
Living within one’s means is one of the foundations of tiny home living.
The relatively low price gives you a chance to own a tiny home without having a mortgage that could take 25 years to pay off.
The ongoing savings in the form of lower utility and maintenance bills also make it easier to pay off non-housing debts, such as student loans, and live a debt-free life.
Make room for things that are important.
Moving into a tiny home can require major downsizing.
Some view that as a feature rather than a disadvantage.
It’s just about deciding what’s important to you and making the most of the storage options available in a Tiny Home.
It also means that you only spend money on things that add meaning and joy to your life.
You can have more space by having dual purposed built in furniture
You might also gain better organisational skills utilising clever storage ideas.
For example, tables turn into benches and chairs double as shelves.
With a little imagination you can transform your home to give you more space.
Quality over quantity is certainly a worthwhile mentality to adopt.
Tiny-home owners are keenly aware of the waste they’re putting back into the world. Some even choose to live in a tiny home because it’ll reduce their ecological footprint.
The savings that come from tiny living and this way of life often lead to investments in long-lasting products rather than the cheaper alternatives.
How can we learn from Tiny Home living?
Simple living and conscious buying aren’t exclusive traits of tiny-home owners.
Regardless of the size of your home, the resources that should be valued are practices that save you time and money.
You might find that you really don’t need that much anyway and once you adopt a more minimalist lifestyle you probably won’t miss the clutter from before.
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