So many people love the idea of building their own homes and becoming self-sufficient. Marie has turned that dream into a reality by creating a tiny house and living off the land.
She was inspired by another tiny house dweller who built his own house. She took a class and found she loved woodworking. Now she teaches others how to make their own tiny houses.
Marie admits that building her house is far easier than being self-sufficient, but she enjoys the challenge. She raises chickens, uses recycled gas for cooking, and grows a substantial food garden.
She uses solar power to run the electricity in her house but also has the option to plug it into the grid. Marie is all about multifunctionality and has included several multipurpose features in her home.
Her bed can turn into a couch with a table. She has a projector screen that doubles as a window shade. Marie has achieved the definition of efficiency in the tiny space she has chosen to live in.
Marie found it very inexpensive to build her tiny house because she used recycled materials and built it herself. The only change she would make would be adding a bit more space.
Marie may have been inspired by someone else, but she serves as an inspiration for many trying to live a self-sufficient life. Maybe you’ll be the next to build a tiny house thanks to her example!