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My Earth Day Project: Breaking the Water Bottle Cycle at Our Little House

Each year on Earth Day, I try to make one more small change around Our Little House that will help the planet (and it also typically saves us money and space). For those of you who have followed my blog for a while, or who read my book, this confession might come as somewhat of a surprise. I’ve long been a “tree hugger,” I consider myself an environmentalist, but as with all things in life, I’m not perfect.

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We Moved to the Country and This Happened…

 

When we moved to Our Little House eight years ago, it was partially for a desire to escape city life and live on the lake full time. But at least for me, our move was also fueled by a desire to escape our hometown, the place that held so many memories of my mom, who I had lost earlier that year.

After that raw grief subsided and we survived the Great Recession, we dreamed of returning “home.”

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Living Large’s New Look, an Anniversary and Thank You!

Welcom to the cabin

Hello, Loyal Living Largers! It has been forever since I posted on the blog and with good reason. I’ve been working all spring and summer on Living Large in our Little House, the book! The original release date was pushed to March 2016 so we could make it as fabulous and informative as possible.

The book includes our expanded story, as well as stories of small and tiny house moves by other Living Largers. I will post more details later.

In the meantime, We’re celebrating 6 full years of the blog’s original launch by giving Living Large a fresh new look.

You can now search for subjects via the tabs above and also put keywords into the search function to find your favorite articles.

For the past half dozen years, I’ve been posting mainly about our story. In future posts, you will see more informational type pieces that will help all of us move forward in our tiny/small house lives!

Please let me know what you think of the new look and what articles you’d like to see here in the future!

Thank you so much for being such loyal readers!

Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell,

Living Large in our Little House