Tiny Homes: Living Debt-Free & Sustainable

Live Debt-Free and Sustainably With a Tiny Home

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How a Tiny House Led to Debt-Free Life

Living a happy life means different things for different people. For one design student named Joel Weber, it meant wanting to live sustainably and debt-free.

With a bit of help from his community and some home DIY, Joel was able to build a tiny home and start living a simple life based on his basic needs and lifestyle. His tiny house is only around 145 square feet, but with his design background, he was able to use the small space efficiently by thinking about how best to build his tiny home based on needs. Having limited space, Joel was able to creatively build a life that was not only sustainable but effective.

Across the world, tiny homes are becoming more than a trend, it's becoming a movement—watch this real life story and learn how Joel took an opportunity in his life stage and built a happy and sustainable life around it!


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