"As I wrap up my time taking over this awesome account I'm going to end with a few answers to your commonly asked questions as well as providing a few facts about my tiny home.
My "Escape Traveler" model tiny home is built on a double-wheel trailer, making it capable of being pulled behind a large truck and brought anywhere! The "Escape Traveler" is roughly 250 square feet providing enough room for as many as three people to live comfortably, although I currently reside there alone.
I currently have it parked on a lot near Boone, North Carolina overlooking Beech Ski Resort in the distance.
Taking the leap to live a minimalistic life can be difficult, here are three tips to those considering the lifestyle;
Consider the next three to five years when reducing your stuff, often we keep items thinking we may one day need them, but all to often they just end up taking up space for far too long.
Remember that if you plan to travel the country in your tiny house you'll need to factor in the cost of a dually truck to haul the house.
Although reducing your life is difficult, the difference of living in a tiny house vs. a full home is not as large as expected. Some things will be more difficult but the pros far out weigh the cons.
Thank you so much to the staff of @tinyhouse as well as all of you that followed along with me during this takeover. I've really enjoyed sharing my experience with you. If you haven't yet, remember to follow my tiny house adventures on my Instagram & Twitter; @thathiker" -John Stephens (@thathiker)