A Look Inside the Tiny House Movement

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On a typical Tuesday after a long day of work and school, I’m always ready for some relaxation. But when I join my roommates on our comfy couch, we always run into the same argument: What are we going to watch?

As my roommate, Zoe, flipped through the channels, we were unable to agree on a show until my sister suggested, “Tiny House Big Living!”

Zoe appeared skeptical, but she changed the channel over to the program anyway. As we watched the episode, Zoe was turned from a skeptic into a believer.

“I can totally picture myself living in a tiny house at some point in my life,” said Zoe.

“Yeah, I would live in one after I graduate.  It would be the same as paying for an apartment for four years, only I would have a tiny house at the end of it!” my sister agreed.

As my roommates continued to gush…

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