All over the country, seniors are declaring their independence by moving into tiny homes that give them personal and financial freedom.
In one hilarious promo, Uber and Johnsonville are celebrating this trend by highlighting the feisty “Sausage Nonnas,” three Italian grandmothers who cook, travel and socialize in their tiny homes.
Music and Meaning
Adele Smith is a retired music teacher who moved from a 1,300 square foot house in Tennessee to a farm in Oregon. Her sister owns the farm, and she invited Adele to build her dream tiny house on it. Doing so allows Adele to live comfortably on her retirement income.
Her tiny house is charming and cozy, but the best feature is its back deck with a large, comfortable hot tub.
“It feels like a little piece of heaven to me,” she says.
A Whole New Plan
Michelle Boyle married twice, divorced twice and then realized she had no house, no retirement income and no plan for the future. In a sharp-witted and inspiring interview, she talks about first building a tiny house to live in and later building additional tiny houses to rent out.
Her tiny house features a large, airy kitchen with genuine vintage appliances and lots of clothing storage.
“A lot of people sacrifice their kitchens and clothes in a tiny home,” she says, “but I wanted to show that you can go into a tiny home and still be stylish.”
Living Large In a Tiny Home
These ladies are living life to the fullest in their tiny homes. Have you ever thought about downsizing to a tiny house?
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