In the spring of 2014, I decided I wanted to build a tiny house on wheels.
I was between apartments, schlepping and storing all this stuff, when I realized that I didn’t want or need most of this stuff. While bouncing between apartments, I also realized I wanted a more secure housing situation. These two realizations combined with my pursuit of a zero waste lifestyle, led me down the path of tiny house living.
I spent the next year and a half planning my tiny house dreams. In July 2015, my Tumbleweed Tiny House trailer arrived and we started building. I had the help of my friend Seth Lang of G.W. Lang & Sons and my amazing friends and family. I’m constantly in a state of awe and gratitude for all the love and support I was shown through this process. In about 6 months – simultaneously the shortest and longest 6 months of my life – Little Lou Tiny House was built!