Kim Kasl

Yo! I am Kim. ♥
I have two incredible kids. Sully and Story -they rock. Their Daddy is Superman. 🙂

We all live in a Tiny House!  267 delightful square feet on wheels.

I’m here to share a bit about Tiny House Living as a Family of Four. I want you to see that it is:
*sometimes challenging

I mean, we’re normal people, doing normal things, living a pretty stellar life!
And if you’re wonder if you and your family can do it then click around. My goal is to give you a little taste of family life in a Tiny House.

Beyond that, what you’ll find here is whatever God drives me to share. I figure I’m writing for a reason, you’re reading for a reason, and I’m hoping the two match up.

I’m Kim!
It’s nice to meet you, I’m glad you’re here.
Let’s be FRIENDS!

I love big ideas and bigger goals.
Coffee 24/7. My favorite escape is driving nowhere in particular with a coffee, windows down, good music, belting out every song loud as I can. …I love art, adventure, sunshine, friends, breaking rules, adventure, food/nutrition, Disney World, Wheel of Fortune, competition, good music and adventure. 🙂



  • Reply Angel Mendes September 3, 2015 at 1:19 pm

    Hi Kim, I truly love your Tiny House! But I was wondering if you have a blog I can follow concerning your food lifestyle and use of essential oils and all things natural? FYI I am a Christian homeschool mom of three in Texas, living on a ranch in a not-so-tiny house but I do dream about Tiny House living? for my Hubby of 20 years and I after the kiddos(17, 12 and 8) are off to new lands. That a way, we can visit them all in their different locals and be the gypsies we were born to be. Warmly, Angel

    • Reply September 18, 2015 at 5:24 pm

      Hi Angel! Well, I’m more of a blog reader than a blog writer when it comes to food and essential oils! Learner more than expert. 🙂 I thought about it, but my shareable experience lies in family-style minimalism and Tiny Housing. 🙂 my stance on food is that *All GOOD food is good.* So we eat lots and lots of the good, organic, healing, amazing foods. And I keep lots of essential oils on hand so whenever there’s a need I can Google which one to use! 🙂 I love your story! Do YOU have a blog I can follow!? 🙂

      • Reply Josefa Ciccarelli January 3, 2017 at 1:54 am

        Hi!! Love your blog! So glad I found it! I am a Christian as well with 2 kids and we are moving into an airstream trailer in a couple weeks!! I also write a blog about natural living that you may like! Looking forward to reading yours! 🙂

  • Reply Anne-Cécile Landais September 6, 2015 at 5:23 pm

    Hello Kim, I’m Anne-Cécile and I’m French. I’m working on the “Tiny House Movement” with my students ! I was so happy to discover your blog !

    • Reply September 6, 2015 at 5:27 pm

      Hi Anne-Cécile! I’m so glad!
      I hope you and your students enjoy learning about the Tiny House Movement! Thank you! ♡

  • Reply MaryM September 11, 2015 at 3:26 am

    Hi Kim from PEI, Canada! Great site!!! Just wondering if you know any tiny house families in Canada I might connect with to learn more!
    Also wondered if the plans for your tiny house are online and how much it cost if you don’t mind me asking!? : ) Mary

    • Reply September 15, 2015 at 4:57 am

      Hi Mary! Sorry, I can’t think of any Tiny House Families in Canada…. check instagram maybe? 🙂 And our Tiny House is a customized Tumbleweed Elm 24. The plans are available on Tumbleweed’s site for around $800. That was a few years ago, so I’m not sure what the cost is now. I hope that helps! 🙂

  • Reply Amy September 16, 2015 at 9:16 pm

    Hi Kim, Stumbled upon your website. My husband and I have 2 kids, 20 mo. and 2 mo. We love tiny houses but just not sure if it truly is possible for us. I look forward to reading your blog and discerning if maybe just maybe we could do this!

    • Reply September 18, 2015 at 5:01 pm

      Fun Amy! Totally doable. 🙂 Follow on instagram, I take pics and share little stories about kids and family life in a Tiny House. Just sharing that is pretty normal. 🙂 I hope you find what you’re looking for! Blessings! ♡

  • Reply Morgan Crouch September 19, 2015 at 6:27 pm

    Hi Kim! Love seeing your tiny house life and dreams coming to life. Stumbled upon your blog today. We are in the process of looking for land in East TN and hoping to put a tiny house on it. I don’t know anyone personally who has done this, so I just wanted to connect with you. Thankful for your blog, voice, and joy for Jesus in it all! My instagram is @morganleahphoto if you wanna connect!

    • Reply September 23, 2015 at 5:19 pm

      Wonderful, Morgan! Thank you 🙂 I’m excited to find you on instagram and follow your journey!

  • Reply Kate September 29, 2015 at 1:11 pm

    I’m just wondering how you designed the house or how you started it- my husband and I have started looking into it and we can’t imagine being in quite as small a house as you have and it’s looking like it would cost us a lot more than what we would want to spend to downsize in this way.

    • Reply October 2, 2015 at 12:30 am

      Hi Kate, ours is a Tumbleweed Elm 24. Pinterest helped, narrowing down space in the big house to see where/how we spent most of our time helped. Also, we spent a week in a small cabin while we planned/dreamed and that helped also! Get creative, doodle some sketcheds, and dream a lot. 🙂 I hope that helps!?

  • Reply Enni January 15, 2016 at 8:35 am

    Hello from New Zealand! Just wanted to say hi since I’ve been browsing your blog for a few days here, dreaming about building a tiny house… I really like the way you write and share about your life, it’s fresh, conversational and cheeky – a very easy read. And I love that you are a Christian. I do believe the tiny house lifestyle is beautifully aligned with God’s purpose for many of us, it makes perfect sense. We’ve had a pretty mobile lifestyle for the past 8 years, travelling between Finland (home country) and New Zealand. Sometimes we sold everything and gave up our rental, other times we put everything in storage. The funny thing is that after a few months, I always forgot what we had in that storage… even though it was important enough at the time of packing that we decided to keep it and PAY for storage, in only 3 months I couldn’t remember a single item, didn’t care, felt stupid paying for it. Most of what we have right now is rubbish. Can’t wait to downsize and forget ever owning that stuff 🙂

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