The Meta Frame

In last week’s comment thread Not Born This Morning shared an interesting quote that got me to thinking about Frame in a larger, meta perspective. I’m going to riff on it a bit here as I go, but I think it’s important to understand that the concept of Frame applies in many different circumstances in a man’s life. [...]

One Couple’s Post-College Plan: Turn a 250-Square-Feet Camper into a Minimalist Haven — House Call

Name: Courtney, her fiancé Gregg and their pets Location: Decatur, Illinois The basics: 3 months, owned | 250 square feet How's this for a post-graduation plan? Buy a camper, fix it up, move into it and live a more minimalist lifestyle. Sound good? Well that's exactly what Courtney and Gregg did after graduating in 2016. [...]

For Some Seniors, Tiny Houses Are The New RV

Picture this: a caravan of gypsy Grannies and Gramps cruising down Route 66, watering the planter boxes and waving from windows at passersby as they roam cross-country. A scene that may seem downright Lynchian could soon be very real as more and more retirees opt for tiny homes. For over 100 years, senior "snowbirds" have [...]