Tiny Home Hustle: Building a Business with Less Inputs
Tiny homes may cut down on overall inputs to allow a growing business to thrive.
Annelise and Jake Hagedorn are running the Brevard Tiny House Company from their 192 square-foot home.
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In “Living Large in a Tiny House” Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell describes how she had been subconsciously trying to live up to this American Dream when circumstances forced her and her husband into a 480-square foot house in the woods. What was supposed to be a writing cabin and guest house became their full-time abode and they quickly discovered that they had serendipitously discovered a better way of life.