Update: See 1st comment below regarding inaccuracies in the referenced Huffington Post article and a link to Macy’s website.
For many people, living in a tiny home is a choice. But for architect Macy Miller, it was a necessity. At 27 years old, she found herself divorced, unemployed and in the process of foreclosure, which forced her to rent, leaving her without a space she could really call her own. She needed to make a change that would help her feel alive and also ease the burden of her debt. “I didn’t know how to find a solution to all this, but [these problems] sat in my mind for a while,” she told us.
Then in 2011, she woke up from a dream where she lived in a tiny house. At the time she had no idea that small living was actually a “thing.” She didn’t know there was a whole community of tiny dwellers that would help make this vision become a reality. “It didn’t occur to me that it had been done before — building a tiny house just made sense for me and for my situation, in every way…” Click here.