Erica Ness and her husband first bonded over their love of tiny homes. In 2012 and 2013 they built and moved into their own tiny home. In reality, tiny home living is much more complex than what we see online in the fancy photos or on the television shows.
Erica brings to this podcast her practical knowledge gained from living in 280 square feet of living space with a husband and a large dog. She talks about the process of designing, building, and living in their tiny home.
Erica is a self-proclaimed packrat and she and her husband are both avid outdoors people. Learn on the show how to manage a lot of gear in a small space and why Erica says to not just get rid of everything at once when you move into a tiny space, which is different from many of the shows you see on television.
She talks about moving their house from Northwestern Montana to Northwestern Washington over the Cascade range. As well as moving the house in Montana and a funny story about why you should make sure your doors are always properly latched in a tiny home.
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On a side note, Erica is my youngest sister and joined the podcast from her neighbor’s house. If you ever wanted to learn about how to live more simply take a note from my youngest sister and her husband.
Erica Ness – Episode 24 – On Practical Tiny Home Living
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