Hello, hello! How are you all? Did you have a good week? It’s Friday again. Woohoo! Do you have fun plans for the weekend? I’m going to be working…yup, during summer break. good times, right? =) In all seriousness, I can’t complain because I do get 3 months during the summer to work from anywhere I so please so having to be somewhere for a week is manageable. =)
Today’s topic is on the reality of living tiny. This article was in the New York Times awhile back and thought it brought up some good items for discussion.
The first item up for discussion is the tiny house conferences and TV shows that are now popping up all over. The Tiny House Jamboree, that I went to last summer in August, was only $50 for the whole weekend for all of the seminars AND tour of the tiny houses. However, the one mentioned in the article is a $350 registration rate which is along the lines of a professional conference. I would assume that it is more of a professional type of conference in that the seminars are more structured and the speakers have been recruited, however, I don’t have any information on that so I can’t comment. I did hear of it and because of the steep registration dismissed the idea of attending it. I do know that the Tiny House Jamboree has been moved to the fall and will be held in Texas this year.