Living in a tiny house can lead to financial independence and a less wasteful yet more fulfilling life.
For Jocelyn and Jarvis, gaining financial freedom involved a process of recognizing their financial situation, taking steps to limit spending, setting goals and sticking to them, and also building their own custom small home, which they have already lived in for the last two years. They paid off a mortgage of $96,000 in 20 months, and finally living a lifestyle that they feel is more fulfilling.
It took them 14 months of building their custom tiny house on almost every weekend while working full- and part-time jobs to complete their tiny cabin, which is now home to the couple and their two children.
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