Sustainable Chronicles: How Other Families Have Gone Green One Step at a Time
Everyone's starting point and process toward sustainable living is different. How it looks in the end will be different too. That's why I wanted to create this (still growing) section; to share the transition others have made, what were their tipping points and turning points, why they made the choices they did, how they made the changes, and maybe how you can do the same.
The Tiny Revolution
A self-diagnosed obsessive compulsive and hyperactive guy, Andrew is about as detail-oriented as they come. He has been known to make spreadsheets and title them "Passwords" to do nothing but hold the passwords to sub-spreads that actually contain passwords. Did you get all that? He is also a tiny house advocate/dreamer/designer/builder/dweller and is the co-founder of Tiny r(E)volution. When not loving on his wife or toddler daughter he is typically researching more ways to become less dependent on the government.
He is a favorite writer for us, with a focus on sustainable housing, including financing, building, maintaining, and living in. He resides in Eastern North Carolina surrounded by family and chickens.
Read his journey starting here:
- Broke Enough to Buy a House: The Housing Bubble and Sustainability
- Reassessing the American Dream: How You Can Wakeup from What Isn't Working
- What Is This "Tiny House" Thing Anyway?
- How to Prepare for the Tiny House Transition
- Tiny House Plans: How to Build Your Tiny Home
- 7 Tips for Tiny House Design, Decorating, and Organization
Do you have a sustainable journey to share? Have you downsized your home? Do you grow all your own food (or are working towards it)? Have you sold all your stuff to hit the road? Or made the shift to an eco-friendly diet? I'm looking for other "greenies", at any stage of their transition, who would like to share their own story in 5-10 articles and inspire hundreds of thousands readers each month. Is this you? Contact me and let me know what you have in mind!