Starting your own online business is a great way to build a location independent income stream. Even if you have a job, investing the time to set up your own online business on the side can pay huge dividends in the future. I know it sounds daunting, but there are lots of ways to set up your own online business in your spare time.
A remote job can be a fantastic opportunity for someone who wants to travel, or simply live in an area that's too far for a traditional commute. Learn about strategies for finding remote job opportunities, and how to actually land the job you want.
Before you start your search for remote work, you should take some time to understand what kind of work best fits your personality. The right work will make you feel energized and excited. If your work feels soul-crushing and emotionally draining, you're doing it wrong. Learn how to assess your strengths and weaknesses, and how to find work that plays to your strengths.
The razor blade business model is a cliche in the business world. Give them the razor, sell them the blades. Some clever folks over at dollar shave club caught on, and started a razor blade business of their own. A dollar a pop sounds cheap. But I have a better idea. 24 cent blades that are better than any cartridge blade on the market.
Harnessing the energy of the Sun is a great solution for small spaces, both on- and off-grid. But the best bang for your buck might not be where you think. Solar water heaters, passive solar heating, PV solar panels, and other solar gizmos for small spaces.
Purging your underwear drawer can have big benefits for tiny lifers and nomads. Matched underwear packs smaller and sorts and folds faster, and the right underwear is comfortable, moisture wicking, fast-drying, and stylish. We’ll review the best underwear and sock choices for both men and women living tiny.
I don't have anything against a microwave, it just didn't make the cut. Here’s how we live without a microwave, how we reheat our leftovers, why pizza is a special case, and a few ideas to use leftovers as an ingredient in new dishes.
You can compost your food waste, even if you live in a small space, you’re nomadic, or live in the city. Learn about how we compost our food waste travelling full-time in a 27’ Airstream, and what options are available for you to fit composting into your own tiny space, no matter your lifestyle.
Tile can be used successfully in structures that move like tiny houses, RVs, and buses, but installing requires some extra care. Mobile structures can be hard on tile, so you need to choose the right tiles, adhesive and substrate, and plan your space to prevent damage to the tile. Use these techniques to make sure your mobile tile installation lasts.
It's tempting to let your nesting instincts go wild as you outfit your new RV. But before spend any more money, read this. We review all the “must have” gear for new RV owners, and what gear you can skip until you get acquainted with your new rig.
A well-equipped kitchen can go a long way toward making a tiny space into a home. At the center of the kitchen is the range, an appliance you'll use every day to prepare meals for yourself or your family.
An overview of refrigerator options for tiny homes, RVs, bus conversions, and vans used for full-time living. Options include compressor vs absorption fridges, various sizes available, and freestanding vs built-in models.
Lots of people scoff at the idea of using precious space in our tiny kitchen for a dishwasher, but it’s one of the more useful appliances in our kitchen. It saves a ton of water and work, we use it almost every day, and we have no trouble running it on our modest solar system.