Today I came upon two micro houses that are still pretty conceptual, not quite ready to live in, I still seeing these types of ideas.
It has been a really interesting time here at The Tiny Life. With so many new people to our Tiny Community I find myself wanting to do more and more for you all. I want to bring in other viewpoints, because a little variety would be welcomed, up until now I have done this with guest posts. But today I am stepping up, I am putting my money where my mouth is, I am accepting applications. I am looking to hire one writer to do a post once a week.
First and foremost, I want someone who is excited about a chance to share their passion, who cares about the Tiny House Community, all of which shows in their writing. Not only will you have a platform to share your thoughts with thousands, but you can get a modest pay for it!
This is a paid position that requires the individual to deliver original content on a weekly basis, one article a week on Monday. This position can be done from any location, so long as you are available via phone and have a high speed internet connection. Each article will be 500+ words, will be original content and must include photos (yours or source via internet). Payment will be on a monthly basis.
- Must have a passion for Tiny Houses
- Solid grammar, spelling and writing skills
- A reliable computer w/ internet
- Available for a post a week
- Must be timely with deadlines
Deadline: 5pm on 7 / 26 / 2010
How To Apply
We want to be WOWED with your unique voice and awesome commentary! Please submit posts written specifically for The Tiny Life. Please be familiar with The Tiny Life and our general style and format of posts for submission.
- Short Bio (include head shot – see note below)
- Two 500 word articles in Word format
- Photos for each post (do not place in Word)
Email me the indicated files at: ryan112ryan [at] yahoo [dot] com
These are some suggested topics, I am very open to just about anything that is relevant to what we do here. I want you to help our community grow through great writing and your unique perspective.
- Tiny Houses
- Environmental Topics
- Sustainable Design/Building
- Floor plans/House design
- DIY Projects
- Wow us with your own idea!
General Note: I will be reviewing all applications, applying does not necessarily mean you will be hired. My final selection will be only one person for the time being, the person will be expected to post once a week, on Monday.
A note about photo: A few folks inquiring why I request this. The reason I ask for it is that my goal is to develop a relationship with readers, having a face to connect to the voice brings in a personal element. Ultimately it is their writing, personality and voice that will be used to choose who will get the position. The photo will be used in the “about us” section, in an introductory post, and in some cases inline like you see sometimes with columnist.
That said, if someone really doesn’t want a photo of them posted, then I certainly would understand and wouldn’t force it.
So I found this little gem from a good friend of mine, thanks John!, this house is small but packs a ton of charm. It is a 9 x 14 foot house located in the Catskills. Originally a hunting cabin I believe, she had done quite a bit with not too much.
Ms. Foster has her own shabby-chic retreat. It may not have a bathroom or a kitchen, but it is a dream of Victoriana: stacks of Limoges china with tiny rosebud patterns; chandeliers dripping crystal; billows of tissue-paper garlands.
This is all the more impressive because she renovated the 9-by-14-foot cottage, an old hunting cabin, herself. The cost of renovating and furnishing it: $3,000.
I wish I could find some exterior shots to this house, but as of now, no luck. This Tiny House sits pretty at 410 square feet. It really is just a big open area that has very well defined spaces by the use of colors and built in elements to separate areas by function. One downside I see is the need for a bit more storage, but their might be some hidden somewhere. This little house is located in Portland Oregon.
With our industrial age ended and the market slumping so bad, we again find ourselves with a good bit of surplus of commercial space. This space is characterized by larger open space, exposed rafters, concrete floors and cheap for its size. So with this growing surplus as companies shutting their doors. This is a cube that is designed to be deployed into a space such as this. With a full bath, kitchen and large closet it has all you need. Now the designer states that multiple of these can be deployed in one space. So I what I do wonder is about the privacy with several of these.