Our tiny apartment is starting to feel like home. Getting a few reading lamps and hanging art on the walls really perked up the space. We feel good about our decision to turn the tiny house into a personal vacation cabin because living in town is so much easier. Logan can bike to the office, and when Logan has the car, I don’t feel stranded or isolated because I can get around town by bike or by foot.
Thankfully, we haven’t purchased very many things because we stored select items in Logan’s office and in my in-laws garage after our last move. I’ll share additional thoughts about the stuff we’ve acquired and our experience upsizing from 128 to 400 sq-ft sometime in November.
If you haven’t heard about our recent move into town, read the story over here.
Enjoy the photo tour of our abode!
P. S. I’m contributing to A Simple Year: Twelve Months of Guided Simplicity, again. I’ll be guiding course participants through the digital and relationships segments of the course, and I’m looking forward to it! I hope you’ll join us for the 2016 course.