After spending years in the rat race, with their lives revolving around paying a hefty mortgage, Andrew and Gabriella Morrison decided to call it quits. They bravely decided to downsize to save money and adjust their lives so they could focus on more important things than monthly bills. Since they both had a background in construction, Andrew and Gabriella built their tiny house (called "hOMe") together. Then, they even set up the website Build A Tiny House to help others do the same.
It only cost the couple $22,000 to build their tiny home on wheels ($33,000 if you include the appliances).
Now, they live mortgage free.
Not only that, but this Oregon family is much closer now that they live in hOMe.
They have zero debt, plus their heating and cooling bills are much lower.
The small home is stylish inside and out.
Each corner of hOMe is perfectly decorated.
There is plenty of seating for guests.
They don't have to skip on amenities, as there is a full kitchen in the small home.
Andrew and Gabriella have plenty of room in the bedroom as well.
hOMe includes a toilet and shower.
The family never has to run outside to use the facilities.
Their 14 year-old daughter, Terra, has a small cabin to herself but often spends time in the main house with her parents.
Downsizing to a smaller home, especially a tiny house, saves money and lets people focus on more important things in life. Having extra bills and responsibilities can be overwhelming. With a tiny house like hOMe, everything is just a little bit simpler. Watch a video about their awesome house here: (H/T Daily Mail) Are you inspired to start downsizing? Andrew and Gabriella have a free e-course on their website for people who want to learn how to build their own tiny house. Less is more... especially when it comes to mortgage payments. Share their fun journey from huge house to hOMe by clicking on the button below.