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This House May Be Tiny But Its Interiors Are Mind-Blowing!

You will love this tiny house!

Ivan Menchavez





Owning a house is a kind of investment people reconsider over and over again. The reason for that is because once you commit to it, it will become a long term investment. You will somewhat become a slave that you will have to work for the rest of your life so that you can pay off the whole amount plus the interest of your new home.

Nevertheless, the feeling of owning your own house is incomparable. It gives you a sense pride that you have finally taken a big step towards your independence from your parents.

If you are one of those people who plan on getting a new house but don’t have enough resources to make it happen, you may want to consider living in a small house, just like what this crafty artist from New York named Rowan Kunz did.

It may not look attractive from the outside but wait until you see what’s inside.

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Kunz has used her creativity in building a small house that would make anybody reconsider their plan of purchasing a new property to live in.

Kunz has always dreamed of owning a large house but due to some financial issues, she has to consider a different plan.

Rowan Kunz owner & Builder of a small trailor house

However, she did not expect it to be as stunning when it was completed.

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Houses like the one Rowan owns are perfect for people who do not have plans of settling down in the near future but would like to have a little space they can call their own.

She has certainly done a good job of maximizing any amount of space in this tiny house.

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This mini library that leads to her bedroom is just perfect!

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Kunz is a school teacher in his hometown of Ulster County, New York. She has spent many years overseas trying to help people in Africa in building tiny houses for their families. She said to have gotten her own tiny house inspiration from her time abroad.

What’s amazing is, she built this house all by herself…

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And used mostly all-natural materials.

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Kunz must be so proud of what she has accomplished.

“The house has enough living space for me,” Rowan told Hudson Valley Magazine. “I have more comforts than most people in this world.”

The best thing about the house is she can travel with it.

Rowan Kunz owner & Builder of a small trailor house

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An Easy And Effective Way To Prevent Tights From ‘Running’.

I’m definitely trying this one!

Inah Garcia



Many girls love to wear tights for a variety of reasons.

Some use it to keep warm, while others are just so conservative that they need a cover-up for their legs. Whatever the reason is, tights remain to be a fashion staple, a wardrobe need and stylish piece.

Despite the many positive things about tights, it comes with disadvantages. The most probable one is getting easily destroyed through "running." We have to admit it, tights are so fragile that even a little poke or stretch may cause it to deserve a space in the dumpster.

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13 Basic Household Items You Can Use For Survival

These ideas and tips are so clever that you’ll be fine in an event of an apocalypse.




It seems that zombie-themed storylines are quite popular in the TV industry these days. You have to wonder, if the zombie apocalypse does happen one day, will you be prepared to survive?

But let’s talk more about the real catastrophic events such as heavy flooding, earthquakes and extended periods of power outage—are you ready for it? Do you have what it takes to survive days or even weeks with only basic items you can find lying around your house?

The thing is, even everyday items you find in your home can be used to help with your survival in troubled times, so long as you know how to improvise and be creative.

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A Student Hand-Built His Own Yurt and Lives Rent-Free The Whole School Year Through

What better way to avoid a mountain of student debt…

Dondi Tiples



The cost of a college education these days is sky-high, and university attendees can expect to amass thousands of dollars in student loans even before they graduate.

Add that to the cost of books, board and lodging, and anyone hoping to get a degree will have pretty much dug themselves into a grave of debt before they even land a lucrative job.

Lucky for this Canadian student from the Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, British Columbia, he channeled his love for the outdoors and built his own yurt to stay in rent-free for the duration of the school year.

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