The Tiny House Movement is not just about lifestyle, it's about attitude. Over the past twelve months I have almost:
- married again - I was proposed to and promised a 1.2 million house but I said no.
- bought land out in the country to build a house which meant re-committing to another mortgage.
- gone back to full-time work, ugh selling my time and soul to an employer all over again!
- bought a brand new car which meant financing again.
I said no! I thought about all of those options long and hard and decided to say no. From now on I demand a stress-free lifestyle. I want hassle free living with no complications and I'm going to do whatever it takes to make that happen.
My first decision was to use my savings for a Tiny Home (photos to follow). So now I have time to continue my studies - I'm working toward a Masters in English/Writing - and I will be available for my new grandson due to be born on 22nd April, 2018 :))) This also means my time is freed up to continue writing my books; I have 12 on the go atm. and can travel whenever I want. I'm still working toward becoming a Digital Nomad by increasing my magazine writing skills through Uni.
Buying my Tiny Home was the most thrilling moment of my life. I'll never forget it as long as I live. I own it! Goodbye banks, goodbye credit card companies, goodbye finance. I wish I could bottle the feeling of liberation! All stories have a happy ending but sometimes you have to change your perspective/perception to be able to see it and sometimes you may need a whole life overhaul.