Why Live In A Tiny House Community?
Tragic news recently surfaced–at the young age of 46, former Zappos CEO, Tony Hsieh, has passed away, on November 27th, 2020.
Whenever the world loses a great man–someone who challenged the status quo to move society forward–it’s a time for mourning and reflection.
In the next coming weeks and months, you’ll be hearing stories from all over the internet of the man who viewed himself as an architect–who cared more about people than things, and who wanted to cultivate environments that promoted great company culture.
While all of this is undoubtedly true, what a lot of those articles won’t be focusing on, is that in his own personal life, Hsieh–despite being worth $880 million dollars–worked to construct a tiny house community that would allow people to become the best versions of themselves.
This is what this article is about.
If you are considering making the jump to living in a tiny house, are curious why a sane person would ever choose to live in a tiny house if they don’t have to, or are just interested for some random reason I can’t think of, you will love to hear what the people of Llamapolis had to say about their experience living in a tiny house community.