Praise from Dan Louche of Tiny Home Builders:
Laura presented at our Tiny House workshop and did an awesome job! She has a great story to tell and really inspired many of our participants. Her presentation was clear and informative. I can’t recommend her enough.Previous Speaking Engagements
- April 22, 2013: University of South Carolina Upstate Earth Day Presentation
- April 26 and 27, 2013: RelaxShacks.com Tiny House Building Workshop
- May 25 and 26, 2013: Tiny Home Builders Workshop, Alpharetta GA
- July 10, 2013: Asheville Green Drinks Tiny House Presentation
- October 26 and 27, 2013: Tiny Home Builders Workshop, Flat Rock NC
- April 5 and 6, 2014: Tiny House Conference, Charlotte NC
- April 26, 2014: Libertarian Party of Minnesota Convention: Building Your Way to Freedom
- May 24, 2014: Tiny Home Builders Workshop, Cumming GA
- July 13, 2014: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Franklin NC: Live Deliberately, The Philosophy of Tiny Homes
- September 6 and 7, 2014: Raleigh Home Show, Raleigh NC
- January 29, 2015: Small is Beautiful, Asheville NC
- April 10, 2015: Science Cafe at Schiele Museum of Natural History
- April 18 and 19, 2015: Tiny House Conference, Portland OR
- September 19, 2015: Asheville Housing Fair
- October 9 and 10, 2015: The NotMom Summit, Cleveland OH (Laura Only)
- April 2 and 3, 2016: Tiny House Conference, Asheville NC
Our Policy on Tours.
Since I have been blogging about our tiny house adventures for years now I am frequently asked if we allow people to come see our tiny house.
While I would love to be in a position to answer this question with a Yes, there are circumstances which require me to refuse most requests.
Our tiny house is off the beaten path in a rural area of Western North Carolina. We have a few neighbors who moved to this area to be away from the constant stimulation of the city. Ultimately the reason we chose to build our house where we did was to have our own privacy as well. We like that the tiny house is tucked away in the woods away from major traffic. In fact, it is tucked so far in the woods there isn't even a road to get to it. We don't publicize the exact location of the tiny house because we want to keep our privacy and we respect the privacy of our neighbors.
Instead, I blog about our life and our projects. I don't mind being public, I just would prefer that my house itself stay private.
That being said, while we aren't generally willing to allow tours of our tiny house we are available for conversations. If anyone finds themselves in the Asheville area and would like to talk with us about our tiny house we would be open to setting up a meeting.