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Tiny r(E)volution Podcast

Tomorrow, I am going to be talking with Andrew Odom of Tiny r(E)volution!  I am really excited about this. Check out the intro post he put up over at his blog.

More to the point though I am pleased to announce that this Tuesday (read: tomorrow!) we will be joined by Laura M. LaVoie - a freelance writer and blogger living in a 120 Square Foot Cabin with her partner, Matt, and their Sphynx cat, Piglet.
 Tune into the Tiny r(E)volution Podcast tomorrow. And it isn't too late to ask some questions. Head over to this post at Life in 120 Square Feet and let me know what you want to hear about!  

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  1. Awesome! Good luck! I'll try to tune in...though with the rain and satellite, hehe, we shall see. :) That's so awesome that you were able to do this - I love it.

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