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  • Writer's pictureLaurén Ettinger

How to Take Control of your Life with The Tiny House Concierge

What’s in Today’s Episode:

Alaska was suffering from massive burnout when she finally decided she needed to change something in her life. She quit it all and started over in a tiny house. Now she is a relator, writer, and a tiny living consultant. Alaska shares how she began living tiny, the highs and pros of living small, and how her life has changed for the better since taking control of it.

“The first thing I did when I got into this tiny house, I cried for three days…I was so overwhelmed. It was the first time in my life that I felt that everything was going to be okay.”

What Ally and Alaska Chat About:

  • What led Alaska to tiny living

  • Creating a tracking system for all the things in her life and their value

  • Spending a year tracking every penny she spent

  • Her “Eat, Pray, Love” moment

  • Budget considerations for tiny houses

  • Benefits of purchasing a tiny house second hand

  • The tiny house learning curve

  • Making a bit of comedy out of stumbling blocks through her YouTube channel

  • How going tiny led her to her dream job

  • What she does as “The Tiny House Concierge”

“I paid $78,000 for my tiny home and the current cost to rebuild is $125,000.”

Follow along or reach out to Alaska at the links below:

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