Season 1, Episode 2

Family of Six Downsizes from 2500 Sq. Ft. to Tiny Home

Looking to leave their busy L.A. life behind, Dan, Cindy and their 4 kids are moving to rural upstate New York, and downsizing from 2500 square feet to a tiny home of less than 600 square feet. They're budgeting just 100 square feet per person, which will be a major change for them all. Buying the home with their all cash budget will allow them the freedom to travel and live debt-free. But after looking at miniscule fixers with only 1 bedroom, and a rustic cabin in the woods with an outhouse as its bathroom, will the realities of going tiny be too much to handle for this family with young kids?
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