What I love most about this article is that it focuses on the financial impact of tiny houses and leaves out the sensationalism so common with other outlets.
When Laura LaVoie began writing and blogging about the movement in 2010, “there were only one or two tiny house blogs and now there are hundreds,” she said.
She quit her Atlanta-based job as a recruiter at a staffing company, sold her 2,700 square-foot house and pursued a career as a freelance writer by building a place with her husband in the mountains of Asheville, North Carolina.
“I felt really trapped,” she said. Moving to a 120 square-foot space enabled them “to live in a different way, take control of our lives.”The article features a lot of other great voices in the Tiny House community, many of whom I have gotten to know well over the years. Read the entire article here.