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Awesome Tiny House A Family Can Live In

I always believe in the philosophy that in order for us live in harmony with Nature, we must minimize our footprint as much as possible. We can start doing exactly that by living in a smaller box.

A tiny house in the middle of a potpourri of edible and medicinal plants is a beautiful home entirely and doesn’t sacrifice the quality of life but enhances it further.

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Inside A Luxury 280 Square Foot Tiny House In Oregon

Tiny houses are growing in popularity as people not only learn more about them but also seek to experience a simpler life. After all, in the US, 68% of tiny home owners have no mortgage compared to only 23% of traditional home owners. Although the trade off in size is very noticeable, for many it comes down to what they are willing to trade off.

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This Family Of Four Lives Off The Grid In the Desert

Living off the grid has its own challenges, but the rewards are far more exciting. We don’t have to force ourselves eating GMO or non-organic products, pay for energy and water bills. Don’t have to deal with urban noise and air pollutions, etc.

Best of all, we can easily do what we need to do and enjoy doing them.

With the right technology we can still access the internet or enjoy free satellite TV for news update and education.

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EarthShip And Sustainability – Finally Catching Fire!

An Earthship is a unique type of passive solar house that is made of both natural and recycled materials (such as earth-filled tires), designed and marketed by Earthship Biotecture of Taos, New Mexico. The term is a registered trademark of Michael Reynolds.

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