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Online Tiny House Summit: Register for Free!

February 16, 2017
Tiny House Summit 2017 | Tiny Ambitions

Have you ever wanted to learn more about tiny houses and tiny living but would prefer to do so from the comfort of your own home in your pajamas? Well you are in luck! The Tiny House Summit 2017 is a 100% percent free tiny house conference that is exclusively available online!

The Summit will feature presentations about tiny houses and the world of tiny living, including:  affordability and financial freedom, financing, zoning and regulation, insurance, building your own or buying from a builder, family living, environmental and healthy materials, energy and waste, solar power, design decisions, communities and renting, plus: sustainability, minimalism, skoolies, permaculture, intentional living, and MUCH more!

There are 30 speakers who will be presenting during the Summit, including such tiny house heavy hitters as:

  • Andrew Odom
  • Deek Diedrickson
  • Jay Shafer
  • Zack Giffin
  • and more!

Here’s how it works:

Everyday from February 20-24th, the Summit will release 6+ Summit video presentations. Those presentations will be available to view for free for 24 hours. The next day, at the end of that time, 6+ more will be released, following the same pattern. There is only one slight catch- you have to register (for free) in order to get the live video links. I think giving over your email address is a small price to pay considering how much awesomeness you are going to get for free (which is why I’m personally registered for the Summit too!).

Think 24 hours isn’t enough time to absorb all that tiny house info? The videos will be available for purchase post Summit as a bundle package. But again, if that’s not your jam, you can still have totally free access to the videos live by registering.

Still not convinced that the Tiny House Summit is for you? Here is a free preview to give you an idea!

Personally, I think this is a freaking awesome idea. I live in a rural area… in Canada… so I don’t have a ton of tiny house conference options. I am so excited for all the topics they are going to cover but in particular zoning and regulation, building vs buying and solar power – because I am a nerd like that. I am still in the infant stages of designing my tiny house in SketchUp (though I’ve had a ‘paper’ copy for years), and I’m hoping for some insight that will shape my design for the better!

Will you be joining me in the online Tiny House Summit next week? I’m so excited, I can’t wait!!

Full Disclosure: I am an affiliate of the Tiny House Summit, and this post contains affiliate links. If you register for the Summit using one of the links in this post and then choose to purchase the video package later, I will receive a commission. I have chosen to be an affiliate for the Summit because I truly believe in the tiny house lifestyle and the more people who have access to it, the better. 

  • Lisa | Simple Life Experiment February 18, 2017 at 4:28 pm

    This sounds great – I will be registering! I am really interested in the tiny house movement and I also love the idea of an online summit since it allows so many more people to access the content. I’m in the same boat – Brisbane is not exactly tiny house central! Having said that, though, there is actually one Brisbane-based tiny house company ( Sadly, the couple (who own the company and live in the tiny house they designed) were almost kicked off their property by the council due to all sorts of legal mumbo jumbo. The government is trying to change the local laws surrounding moveable dwellings so that it would be illegal to live in a tiny house in someone’s backyard, and the mayor of Brisbane commented, “I don’t think we want to see these [houses] splattered all over the city”. Very sad. What he doesn’t realise is that this housing option is incredibly affordable and sustainable – why wouldn’t a city council want that for its residents? Unfortunately the status quo reigns supreme… Thank you for sharing, Brittany! 🙂

    • tinyambitions February 18, 2017 at 4:43 pm

      Ya I’m glad you’re joining! That is so frustrating though- I really hope more governments can see the value in this type of housing and start supporting it.

    Hey! I'm Britt. I write about living a tiny, simple, intentional life. Because life doesn't need to be lived big.