Tiny Homes Fit The Lifestyles Of Single Adults

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March 21, 2017

A full-size house, even one with only 1,000 square feet, can be a hassle to maintain, especially for someone all alone.

Britany Robinson of Curbed writes that tiny homes are good options for single adults, particularly women. People can get the benefits of homeownership without needing a second person for help with finances or repairs. Robinson spoke with several young adults in the Portland, Ore., area who enjoyed the minimalistic lifestyle a tiny home offers.

By embracing a greater variety of images of what makes a fulfilling life, we’re slowly reshaping the American Dream in a way that is more attainable, sustainable, and reflective of our individual needs, rather than a blanket assumption of what a happy life should look like.

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