SO CRAZY THANKFUL FOR DADDY AND ASA. Me and Asa got everything set up for getting things leveled and then we tapped Daddy in to help us get things fine tuned. I’m crazy blessed to have such a great father and a very supportive boyfriend. I told them both that I wanted this up on…
Tiny House maker. Owner of Katie Weeks Photo. North Georgia native. Newly Engaged. This is my life.
This post is gonna be super long.
First of all I just want to say that I’m completely terrified. I know I’m capable, but the project is so big it overwhelms me. Building things isn’t difficult, but building things right is what makes it hard. I’ve been praying really hard about this whole project and I have peace that God’s going to help me and bring the right people along to advise, guide, pitch-in, and encourage me to do this. He already has and I trust that with Him, we can do this.
The First Demo Day!!
This post will mainly consist of photos. There’s truly not much advice to give about demolitions except: Be safe, work with a group, wear safety goggles, wear a mask if there’s mold, wear gloves, wear smart clothes, get a crowbar, and you must have a hammer. OH! And you need a killer playlist of tunes to listen to while you’re destroying everything in your path.
Today’s post is about reality hitting you in the face.
Purging clutter, and learning to let go.
In the beginning, the struggle is real.
Earlier this summer I knew I wanted to for sure have a tiny house. I wanted it to be a permanent structure of 500 square feet, but since I don’t know where I want to land in life, I’ve decided to build a tiny home of 160-260 square feet. The problem? I had NO idea what kind of trailer I needed to look for. The second problem? I had no kind of money to put towards a trailer.