The Freedom and Flexibility of Tiny House Living
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 During the past couple of years, I’ve been watching Lazrin Schenck’s tiny house build take shape here in Vermont. Lazrin built her own tiny house, moved it three times, and recently purchased land to live on. Working at a job that has the flexibility to accommodate her projects, Lazrin has been constantly improving her surroundings in some pretty impressive ways. I hope you enjoy her perspective and persevering spirit as much as I do!

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In This Episode:

  • Financial freedom from the tiny house
  • Interior features Lazrin loves
  • A garage setup you may want to copy
  • How to build skills and tackle the hard projects
  • Future challenges she’d love to tackle

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