Living Small Means Living Debt Free

Film About Building A Tiny Home

A film that documents four people who have decided to build a tiny house.

I love the fact that the tiny house movement is really gaining traction these days. There are a few TV shows and now a documentary that is making the rounds.

The film documents the journey of the four people from the planning stages to building.

What it’s about:

Ben is in his 20’s and is building his home from his own design. He has no prior experience with construction so this adventure proved to be a challenge.

Nikki and Mitchell are building a log home for themselves and their two dogs.

Karen is a middle-aged and has been living in her tiny home for two years. Her story covers a few of her struggles.

The film is scheduled for release on April 30, 2015. At this time there are video teasers. After watching them, it looks like it is very well done and very interesting for anyone interested in the small house movement.

From what I understand, it’s not so much about the building process. It’s more about what building and living in a tiny house can do for your life. The ups and downs.

Along the same lines as what I’ve been talking about for the past few years.

  • Tiny house living gives you much more than to your life than the stereotypical big house.
  • Cost of your house and cost of living is minimal in comparison to the lifelong expense of a large house.
  • Strong community of like-minded people.

The documentary is making a tour within the USA and Australia.

They are giving everyone the opportunity to host the film, or to see it if it is already scheduled for your area.

You can pre-order the film or attend a screening.

I’ve pre-ordered mine and can’t wait to see the entire 68 minutes.

Contact and Screening Locations

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