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What I wish I would've put into my tiny home.

living in the tiny Jan 12, 2022

We've been in the tiny home for a month now, and it feels like a regular home for 99% of the time. The 1% of the time where it feels like a tiny -  is when Kinsley is telling Neil and I to stop laughing at our show at 9pm lol. 

A little lonely, but not too much 

Today was one of those days where I realized I don't have any other entrepreneur friends here. I have friends, and am connected - but it's still Covid so some people hesitate to meet up and my other friends have 9-5 jobs.

I need to either embrace that I can take lunch at anytime and pop over to the ski hill - or start meeting up with other entrepreneurs who have slightly more flexible schedules. In the city -- almost all of my friends could meet up for lunch at 2, or they'd sit with me side by side and work -- but so far it's just me, the dogs....and the mountain view. No complaints, but truth be told I am a social butterfly so I will probably HAVE to create some type of community ASAP. 

So instead of slipping into "oh poop I have no friends", I'm going to really remind myself of all the things that I have to be thankful for. Taking a few extra minutes every day to say THANK YOU for the good is important to a positive mindset. I'm not just saying that -- I can get sucked into a pretty shitty headspace if I think of the BAD. Like -- someone I know had an emergency -- and I still can't get a hold of them. So -- I'm hanging tight on that one and praying. 

Things to be thankful for today:

My client (friend) Carlee published a book last week and the last 10 days have been a whirlwind of social media posts, media features, podcast pitching and her reaching the Amazon Bestseller list within 24 hours. Pretty spectacular!!

How are the kids adjusting: 

The kids are LOVING their school -- like not just a little bit, A TON, they love the teachers, the environment and Kins doesn't seem to have the anxiety she was feeling at the last school -- the school was great, but for some reason she would come home and just think about school work, and Rhett would cry EVERY single day. He hated it, he cried every day and that was so hard on my heart and of course his. 

But the biggest change -- they've come home happy every day and played OUTSIDE! This is wild to me -- for the last few years they just sat inside...non stop. Now they're like lets go outside and have a snowball fight. THIS IS what it's like to be a kid. I am not sure if this is from tiny living -- or mountain living.

Someone should remind me to think on this in a few weeks. 

Microgreen Business 

New business adventure - Neil drove ALL the way to Calgary today to do a Costco run AND get our packaging for the Microgreens & heaters and some other things. I am so excited to watch Mount7 Microgreens grow with him. It's going to be the best thing ever! 


What do I wish I would've put in the tiny now that its been a month:

1. A full sized dishwasher

2. An Awning

3. Blinds 

4. A slightly smaller ladder for the loft room 

I sat down today in between clients and created a video -- to explain in a little more detail WHY I would add these specific things. It's up on Youtube, so have fun watching it and leave a any questions if they come up!

Lots of love - Megan xo 


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