Debt-Free Family Life in a Zero Waste, Plant Based Tiny House

For this young family, life in a is largely centred around a desire to live with a lighter footprint and do something good for the environment.

Going and cutting out single use plastics has been helped by living in a tiny house, where the small home makes the family more aware of their consumption. Mark, a chef has also leveraged in a tiny house to start his own plant based pop-up restaurant.

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  1. Loooove this video. Im a vegan that follows a zero waste lifestyle, was fantastic to see something that would be similar to what I will want. I really like bed this video, thank you!

  2. Life goals right here!! I am already vegan, I just need to get my tiny house and a partner to share my life and love with 🙂

  3. I really love how the family tailored their home being family friendly and finally, I am happy to see a video in which a nursery room was created for their newborn. I have my 1 year old with me and all the time when I watch videos, I keep wondering how would and do some families tailor their tiny home to a new born? I feel like this family made it very well that as soon as their child grows up, then they can change the baby’s room to her needs. Great video.

  4. This is a very lovely home and landscape but this life style aint tiny. Gigantic back yard. Extra room at the outside very spacious deck and garden. This lovely couple have some money and economic reliance to their parantes. So thats why ı dont think this is a “tiny house life style” This is kinda “dream like life style” 😀

  5. Someday i will build my own tiny house 💗 i fell in love with this one😄 but i have a doubt, what about air aconditioning ? The kind of GEI that expel to our planet are HFC, what kind of air cooler is it better for our environment?

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