Coming Home Readers

Hi There!

If you’ve made it to this page, you most likely read my whole book, or made it to the link on the last page. Thank you!

Since I released my first eBook, Coming Home: Letters from a Tiny House, I have thought a lot about where to take the blog and how/what to share. Thank you so much for supporting my work by buying my book. I told myself I wouldn’t read the reviews on Amazon, but I did. (Ouch–that’s embarrassing to admit) There are so many lovely words in support of my work! Thank you. There is one review, a radically honest one where the reader was looking for a different book–maybe a book I haven’t written yet–maybe my next book. And it made me think. I want to be of service and give clear ideas about how one can accomplish a mortgage-free lifestyle. Because of this reader’s review of my work and because I broke my own promise to not read the reviews, I learned something, and I’ve started to make a plan to focus my work to deliver more of what you want.

I want to tell you everything, but I know you don’t need that. Everything interconnects, so I can’t talk to you about how I organize my tiny house bathroom without also telling you how it feels to live in a house with only a 6 inch mirror. I can’t leave out the part about the self-acceptance, vulnerability, and humility that tiny life brings on. I want to tell you about my kids and their amazing view of the world, and how just this morning we talked about the term hippy being used as an insult in their public school and what we could do about that. They teach me about living authentically in the world. But then I think–every mom thinks their kids are profoundthey want to know how we got here, how we saved money, how we built a tiny house and bought land and installed a septic and a well and a driveway and are building a mortgage-free big house.

I realize that while the inner work of living in a tiny house is certainly important, the logistics are also important–it’s all about the big picture. So, if you stick with me on this process, I might just cover what you are looking for.

I’m excited to announce that Karl is now working with me on sharing with you.

 

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Simply,
Hari
P.S.
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Another Tiny House Family!

Posted by on Apr 4, 2016 in Cultivate Community, Other Tiny House Families, Recent Posts | 6 comments

Another Tiny House Family!

An interview with Korie and Alex who live in an 8’x18′ tiny house one wheels with their five-month-old son.

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Interview with Tiny House43

Posted by on Mar 21, 2016 in Cultivate Community, Other Tiny House Families, Recent Posts | 2 comments

Interview with Tiny House43

Once upon a time, #TinyHouseFamily was our very own Instagram tag, now look! So many families have joined us that you have to scroll back quite a while to get to our early days of sharing.

I am happy that so many families are living tiny these days, and I thought it’d be fun to interview some of them. Here is the first interview in the series. Enjoy!

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What Happened to You?

Posted by on Nov 3, 2015 in Breathe, Recent Posts, Remember | 25 comments

What Happened to You?

After the little move up the hill into the big house, I went silent. That’s what happened. My fingers got dirty from sorting things out of boxes I packed 7 years ago. Not one dish broke, but some mice made a nest in the bowls. I uncovered a message I wrote seven years ago on the inside of one of those boxes. When I opened the cardboard flap and saw those capital letters,

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The Magic of Sticking to The Plan

Posted by on Jul 11, 2015 in Cultivate Community, Recent Posts | 7 comments

The Magic of Sticking to The Plan

I am delighted to share Sue’s story of perseverance. Sue participated in our eCourse in Spring of 2014, and it’s been such a joy to watch her plan unfold. The thing I noticed about Sue right away was that she was serious. She read every lesson and really put her all into the tasks. She made a plan, and even when things didn’t go as she planned, she stuck with it. As time went on, her vision got clearer. She recently shared in our private forum about her exciting move to the place of her dreams, and I asked her to write a guest post to share with you.

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