What’s Sweeter Than Venom?
Maybe a home with no toxins! While some may not care about this feature, others seek it out. If nothing else, this shows how the Tiny House Movement continues to support everyone. The more I search for tiny homes, the more inclusive they become. One of the best examples of this is wheelchair accessibility. The venom even features a single level floor plan making life easier for those who can’t climb ladders. Regardless of your needs, a tiny home can make a wonderful addition.
“Bad temper is its own scourge. Few things are more bitter than to feel bitter. A man’s venom poisons himself more than his victim.”-Charles Buxton
You may even consider this a family built home. This means a lot of care and thought was dedicated to this home. While no home is perfect, building it to your needs can be the best outcome. Of course, we always want some things to be perfect when it comes to our homes. No one wants bad plumbing! Luckily, they lived there, further proving the fruits of their labor. Not to mention, lots of building information was included in this listing. Typically, that lends to more credibility for the person who built it.
Perfection Is Overrated!
On a smaller note, you can DIY anything. If you don’t like the color of something, change it! It only feels overwhelming because of the worry of failure. Although, perfection is not the opposite of failure, and yet we see them as such. I’ve come to notice myself trying to achieve the perfect look in a project. Which can become overwhelming but taking a step back makes mistakes not as noticeable. Then there is the possibility that you are the only one to see these errors. That’s why I try to remind myself that it doesn’t need to be perfect if I am doing it. Most people will commend you for even taking on the task. So take the risk and try something different. You won’t know what you can achieve until you really try.