Author Archives: aaron

Interdependence Day

I think it telling to our American Values that our greatest national holiday is a celebration of independence. Some people say that we hold individuality in such high esteem as a country because of our cultural myths of scarcity, separation, … Continue reading

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A Big Day for Tiny Portland, OR. further cemented it’s Status among the hip cities this month when our Countries’ very first “Tiny House Hotel” opened for business in the Aberta Arts District. Some might disregard this event as an anomaly that “keeps the … Continue reading

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An Argument for Simplicity

Do you want to create positive dialogue in your neighborhood about Climate Change? Most people I speak with agree that Climate Change is a big issue, but say that they are completely powerless and our best hope is “science” to … Continue reading

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The Tiny Housing Crisis: Part II

When people hear the phrase “economic security,” an immediate association is made of vast amounts of cash, or a bank account with 7 digits on the good side of the decimal. A million dollars isn’t what it used to be. … Continue reading

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Got a brand new window for the sleeping loft

What do you think? is it too over the top? Yep, but we don’t care. probably will take me 20 hours to install it. Update: The window was sold to our friend, a Professor of Sociology and finds a (hopefully) … Continue reading

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