Ten years ago today, we embarked on what has become a remarkable journey, moving to Our Little House. Although part of our bliss is found in living in a small space, “Living Large” has never really been about square footage, it’s about enjoying life and all it has to offer. To celebrate our 10-year anniversary here, I’d like to invite you to find your bliss again on a virtual scavenger hunt!
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The following is an excerpt from my book, “Living Large in Our Little House”: I was able to being that journey to my writing cabin in the woods on one of my favorite holidays-Halloween-in 1998, a day I will forever recognize as my “Free Day,” the day I was emancipated from a corporate life I hated to pursue a profession I love.
The following is an excerpt from my book, “Living Large in Our Little House:”
Golden rays of a setting July sun beamed through leaded-glass windows, highlighting dancing dust particles in the air. It was the only movement in what had been a bustling and busy family home until just a few hours before.
There has been a lot of discussion in tiny house communities lately about the fantasy of living in a tiny house and the reality.
Living Larger Sue Smith Moak lives in an awesome tiny house on acreage in the Texas Hill Country, but her daughter and her family lives in Austin. What to do? Build another tiny house in their backyard, of course! (more…)
I’m celebrating the 5 year anniversary of the Living Large blog with an announcement!
The book based on our experiences downsizing to a small house, along with tips from me and other Living Largers is one step closer to reality.
My agent and I have agreed on a working title, Living Large in our Little House: Thriving in 480-Square Feet with Six Dogs, a Husband and One Remote and How you Can, too.
The book will tell the story of how we came to live in Our Little House, but will also have never-before published stories about our downsizing, as well as stories of others who have done the same.
It will be about Living Large by actual Living Largers!
The book will also give tips on how to complete your own Living Large dream!
How many of you would like to read this book and what tips would you like to see in it?