Tour Video of The Honey House

Living Big in a Tiny House came out a couple months ago and filmed a tour video of The Honey House. It was lovely to have them out to see my home, and I’m so grateful to now have such beautiful footage of the house I built with my dad.

When Bryce and Rasa were visiting they talked about their own tiny house that they were planning to build in Tennessee with Tiny House Chattanooga. They wanted it to be a green-built tiny home that would perform well in any climate since they travel a lot, so they decided to go with The Healthy Tiny House Kit! They have some live Facebook videos posted, but they will have more build videos and material info coming soon.

Young Woman’s Off-Grid Green-Built Tiny House Designed For a Sustainable Future

Colorado Tiny House Festival

The Colorado Tiny House Festival is this weekend! I’ll be sharing what I’ve learned about green building and how it specifically applies to tiny homes. I’m speaking on Saturday at 10:30am. Come check out my booth where I’ll be selling green building materials, and pick my brain!

 

Big Strides in a Tiny House

I’ve abstained from writing for a while now as an act of keeping my sanity and directing my focus towards building. This ambitious project is all consuming with the amount of research necessary for an amateur builder. Sourcing materials without networks previously in place while consistently making decisions, compromises, and creatively thinking of alternatives to road blocks that present themselves has been a huge learning experience. I’ve reached the point where documentation is possible again, and I’m excited to share The Honey House’s progress.


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The Bitter and the Sweet

I’ve found how imperative it is to my sanity to look at each aspect of the tiny house build as a mini project. There have been times where the great feat of building my own tiny house has overwhelmed me immensely. Almost, to paralysis at times, and it’s the people in my life and the reasons I build my house that keeps me on track.
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Ladies Insulation Installation Work Party

Growing up as a female, I don’t think I was encouraged to build things, get dirty, and learn how to wield tools as much as my two brothers were. As a kid I wasn’t particularly interested in building cars or chopping wood, and social gender norms are strong and ubiquitous. As an adult, I have begun to learn practical skills and have come to appreciate their importance, now adding to my ‘toolbox’, so to say.
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Put a Sweater on It!

Despite the harsh temperatures and the un-melting snow (unusual for Colorado winters), we have continued to build throughout the holidays and into the New Year. We took days off during the holidays, hence my lack of documenting, but have stayed loyal to the project. I’m proud of my team of helpers and especially Brian Sisk (my main building man), as our build progresses slowly but surely. We try and keep warm in our down jackets, hats, gloves, layers upon layers of clothing, and all fueled by a determined vision and thermoses of hot chocolate.
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Wrapped Like a Present

With the holidays upon us and snow steadily falling outside, building has slowed, but not to a halt. We are still chugging along out on Isabelle Road and are hoping to get all of the windows in this weekend. It seems that I anticipate each step of the build to be faster than it is, and it’s definitely a practice in patience and planning.
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