The Journey

Sequoia

An ancient sequoia shedding its bark.

While I’m obsessed with tiny houses, what interests me more is how much I’m learning about myself and my place in the world as a result of designing and building one. I didn’t see that coming. These posts loosely trace how a tiny house is making this ol’ sequoia shed her layers to get back to who she really is:

On camels and tiny houses

On camels, cameras, courage & kindness (the sequel to the one above)

Why tiny housers should see the movie Tracks (more on the camel theme)

Early tiny

Skunks and a tiny house valentine

On being not so still

Letting go

Doing justice to complexity: a love affair with a tiny house

On poetry and tiny houses

The Introvert and the Tiny House

On becoming  (this is a construction post but the beginning and ending are relevant to the journey)

Telling our stories: radical acts of inspiration  (posted on TinyHomes.com) 

Tassajara, twigs & ten tiny thoughts

birthday night

Credit: Dee Williams

2 Comments

2 thoughts on “The Journey

  1. Becky Campbell

    I hope all is well with you, I check in about once a month and it’s been so long since any kind of update. Thanks for all the great post so far. Becky

    • Hi Becky – thanks so much for checking in, really appreciate it. The last three months have been a whirlwind of activity and I’ve been sadly neglecting the blog. But all is well and I’m working on a major update now. Cheers!

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