“Just Quit”: How To Retire Early & What To Do Then

Americans’ biggest expenses are the ones to cut back on: housing, transportation, and food.


Above is a rendering of micro-apartments being stacked in NYC, which Pop Up City notes will occur this spring. We’ve written about these micro-apartments before—they’re meant for singles earning less than $77K a year and mirrors the kind of small, modular housing found in dense cities like Tokyo. Only 55 micro-units will be available for rent once this project is completed.

“Come On, Move In! It’ll Take You 5 Minutes!”

Choice quote: “This is a bathroom and a home office.” Very efficient.

An Interview With a Boatbuilder

Brendan Page is a boatbuilder who lives in Connecticut. He spoke to me about the boating industry, his non-traditional education, and how to build a Tiny Home.

What Is It About Americans and Excess

We are a country of selfies and self-loathing, lottery tickets for the poor and mega mansions for the rich.

Millennials and Tiny Houses: A Match Made in Heaven

The Tiny Solar-Powered House

Chris and Malissa Tack didn’t want to pay $1,200 a month to rent an apartment anymore, so they decided to build their own solar-powered tiny house for $32,000 on a plot of land they rent for $300 a month. They even have a little space for their cat. [Thanks Shannon, for the pointer.]

Two Pieces of Accommodations News

In rich people accommodation news: A portable hotel that can be wheeled up to your private jet when you land … because it just takes way too long for your driver or helicopter pilot to take you to a five star hotel.

Yes You Can Build Your Own Tiny House

You Can Build Your Own Tiny House, Did You Know That?