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Tiny house owners reveal what it’s like to isolate in a downsized space

  • People who live in tiny homes on wheels are struggling to find places to park their vehicles during the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Other tiny home owners are having difficulty storing food and paper goods because of their limited space, and they’re feeling isolated as they social distance.
  • But some in the tiny community feel like their lifestyles have prepared them for the pandemic, as they’re used to living with less.
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The coronavirus pandemic has impacted millions of people around the world, and those who live in tiny houses are no exception.

Tiny house owners are in a unique situation when it comes to social distancing. They’re spending most of their time in 400 square feet or less, dealing with limited space, and suffering from lack of resources. Some tiny house owners, however, feel they are better off in their small homes. 

Here’s how 10 tiny house owners are dealing with the coronavirus lockdown. 

Read the original article on InsiderSource: MSN

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