My next suit?? STAY TUNED AND FIND OUT!!!
I get pushed and shoved on a daily basis I get threatened Today I got stabbed in the leg. I’m pressing charges. But it seems like everyday gets worse. I come home after all of it. Riding my bike home freezing and in pain in more ways than one. I’m alone. There’s nobody to talk to. Nobody to cry to. Nobody to keep me warm and make me laugh. I have nothing. I need a change or my life isn’t going to be worth it anymore. All the money in the world can’t help me. My decision is not the best. But I’ll consider some options. I’m young. Somebody please save me.
As folks transition away from 30-year mortgages and escape the cubicle life they’re finding happiness and fulfillment through a stoic sense of non-attachment. And while it’s nice to live completely debt-free, the attraction of simple, self-sufficient living go far beyond simple finances. There’s a deeper, spiritual connection connecting many folks to their tiny home that stretches beyond their humble abode.
Owning a home has always been a quintessential part of the American Dream. Today however, owning a large home seems to be the aim and over the past 50 years the average square footage has grown from 983 square feet in 1950 to 2,349 square feet in 2004. We envision a large yard with a white picket fence, and a Victorian style house occupying a sizable footprint on the property. But for a growing subset of the population, the reality of owning a large home becomes a source of compounding stress. For some, the choice to abandon the large home in favor of a sustainable, off the grid tiny house is the answer to all their problems.
Let’s Get Lost - Elliott Smith