I recently wrote about my geeky obsession with tiny houses…. Before I got any further in this journey, I wanted to make sure I was comfortable in those kind of spaces, so last week, I booked a couple of days in two separate tiny houses.
The first is the Savannah tiny home of Mt. Hood Tiny House Village. This was definitely a vacation rental – there were a lot of things about this model that, in my opinion, would not work well for long-term living.
The second was the Tiny Tack House, located in Everett, Washington. This was the owners’ full-time residence for four years and it was a much more functional and practical place to live. I would seriously consider living in a similar house myself since I loved the space and layout so much!
I was afraid that staying in a tiny would completely discourage me – climbing a ladder to get to sleep seems so impractical from the outside – but it turned out to only encourage me more to keep pursuing this dream.
Isabela Oliveira is a renaissance geek, in the sense that she knows a little about a whole lot of things. She is always looking for the next great TV show to marathon and for the next exciting thing to learn and write about. In her spare time, she writes and manages social media for The Geek Embassy and works to dismantle the patriarchy in Vancouver, Washington.