The One in Which We Were Published in Tiny House Magazine

During the cold dark months of winter on the east coast we were tucked into a slip and I spent much of that time banging on the keys of my iPad. I’m so pleased to share part one of a two-part article that was featured in issues 62 and 63 of Tiny House Magazine.   I’d love to tell you 100 more things about being published but I’ll save that for a day when I’m not also giving you 2,000 words in one sitting.

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Please let us know if you enjoyed this article and thank you for reaching the end of part one. I’ll post part two in a few weeks. As always, I’m looking forward to sharing these tiny pieces of our lives with you.

“Not that the story need be long, but it will take a long while to make it short.”
– Henry David Thoreau

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


12 thoughts on “The One in Which We Were Published in Tiny House Magazine

    1. Hi! We vote for taking the leap as soon as your little sprouts can swim. 😉
      There are so many variations to this lifestyle, everything from keeping a small sailboat as a weekend getaway to chartering something big and beautiful in the Caribbean, and many many things in between.
      I’d love to get you out on the water, and maybe also help you pass along the things in your home that won’t be making the journey with you.
      Please feel free to keep in touch if you have questions or just want to chat!

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      1. Oh, that is great. I’ll definitely let you know hitre it goes!! We have my home here as home base right now cause i’m on the road a lot w my job currently (inland lol) ..and so is the better half. But it will become a reality at some point! And I’m very excited for it 🙂

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      2. there are indeed lots and lots of us around the world. My goal was always to build a life I will never need a vacation from. Currently, I am very close to it and the last step which consists of the boat will be coming true when the kiddos are mostly done with school probably. Just because I do not have the patience to homeschool lol The better half is still very busy with his gigs everywhere and so we will probably use it in our ‘older years’ lol First comes the saving for a boat, the prep of the boat, and achieving the goals I have with the home on land aka turn it into an awesome oasis of being self sufficient and super inviting for friends and new people you meet along the way 🙂

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  1. While my boat is no match to yours, it’s mine and you know how that feels. Size, cost, quality, they are all relative things in the grand scheme. Happiness being the ultimate goal we all have a path to follow, a river that can run treacherously fast at times and gentle as a butterfly just around the next bend. Each in their own way follow what feels right in their hearts and souls so as to not tarnish the “Dream” we hold up as the pinnacle of success in our individual lives. I will achieve mine in about a year and a half if all goes well. See you on the water!

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