This homesteading couple improved their finances by living in a bus
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We have all seen rent prices skyrocketing as the economy situation worsens. Utilities are getting more expensive as resources simply become more scarce, and with a rising human population food is becoming scarcer in highly-populated parts of the world. One wonderful way to de-clutter your life, reduce your negative impact on the Earth, and re-discover the joys of connecting with the land around you is to live in a tiny house.
Tiny homes, is in other words Tiny Living, is sweeping the nation as a younger generation of adults begins to discard the over-reliance on consumerism that has led us to modern problems of clutter. With a small bit of garden and some chickens, you can experience the joy of free food.
Getting Started with Tiny Homes
But perhaps one of the most interesting and cheap ways to create a micro home is to live in a refitted vehicle like an old school bus! Though the idea of “living in a van” has some negative connotations (Think about the skit on SNL with Chris Farley), the reality can be charming and homey. Refit the interior to contain a heating stove and running water for cooking and sanitation, and repanel the walls and floor with wood. A fold-out sofa bed can sleep two people. From there, let your imagination run wild.
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