“The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it.”- Henry David Thoreau. About 70% Americans spend one fourth their lives saving money for a house or paying off mortgages and loans. And even when they settle for a home, it isn’t the one they had desired. This in turn triggers a circular chain where every American kid who wants to be independent desires a house and in turn more mortgage and more loans. Tiny House Leaders provide independence at cheap costs and these homes also help solve environmental issues. So why trap yourself I the circle of loans and mortgages?
The idea of an adventurous life has always excited us. Temporary housing is often substandard. The ringing bells in the church, the skyscrapers, a heart in meadows and an ear to the tunes in the parties. We have always wanted to experience it all. We have always treasured the golden words-” Little bit of everything is greater than too much of one thing.” And now when adventure knocks at the door how would you respond? I would say go and “Carpe Diem”.