Jill Kanto

Jill was a newly divorced single mom of two who was falling through the cracks, and her health was failing. Resourceful, she borrowed money from family and built a DIY tiny house on wheels and found a back yard intentional community. Then Jill founded a not-for-profit website with a detailed Village Finder to help people address that central tiny house question: “Where do I park my home?”…

006 Making Space for Meaning

We are most effective at putting out the wildfires around us when we have put out the wildfire of The Urgent in our daily schedule. In this episode, Carmen explores WHY we minimize the mundane things of life, and what we stand to gain when we do…

What can 7 Tiny House People Teach us About Life?

Seven of us got together and wrote a book. Now, you wouldn’t think that seven people could write a book together and have it be cohesive and… well… anything but chaotic. And that would be true if it were any other seven people. We’re very different from each other, and the reasons we went tinyContinue reading “What can 7 Tiny House People Teach us About Life?”

Shelter: Seven Letters from the Tiny House Community

I am so excited about this new book, and I need your help to share it with the world!  Help us get this treasure trove of tiny house stories into the hands of those who need them.  These stories will inspire and remind you that we can live intentional lives! READ MORE

Would you like a Tour of my Skoolie?

Here I am on the RelaxShacks YouTube Channel giving a tour of our cute transit bus. It’s coming together pretty well I think.

Live a F.A.S.T. Life (Fabulous, Abundant, Simple, Tiny)

Jenn has been through it – mercy me! She has experienced so much loss…