Tiny Lessons

Here's the posts about some of the lessons I've learned from living in a tiny house and being totally off grid in a cold northern climate. I hope some of them are helpful so you don't have to do things the hard way like I did in several cases!


  1. Enjoying your video blogging from the UK I am hoping you will write a book or two.

  2. I stumbled across your Youtube video showing your house, looks great! I really fancy living off grid although it isn't that easy here in the UK.

  3. Great video!
    May I ask what the deal is with the land? IE- do you rent it?

    1. Thanks! See this video for details on the land where I'm parked. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TCq7J4o4Uw

  4. Saw the video, love it!!! I've lived in an RV in Afton, full hook-ups, and interested in off-grid living. Moved back to Oregon to be closer to family though. Although you probably solved it already, what helps in the pantry is a battery operated closet light. Using a velcro hanging strip, it can be used as a flashlight in each of the shelves, or turned on on the back of the pantry door. You could probably fit it between your spice racks. It's a cheap fix. Although lots of times the velcro doesn't hold very well and the light falls onto the floor. But you get the idea. Love your video <3