Anchorage Museum hosts tiny-house talk
Alexis Stephens and Christian Parson are in Anchorage to give a presentation on the tiny-house trend at the Anchorage Museum on Sept. 23. They joined Daybreak to describe the tiny-house lifestyle and what people can expect this weekend at the museum.
Stephens and Parson say the movement focuses on people downsizing the space they live in, to maximize their experiences over their possessions. They also say it is very comfortable, as you are surrounded by only the essentials and things you love. Financial flexibility as a result of a small home space is another benefit, as well as having more time due to no constrictions from the home.
At the museum, Stephens and Parson will give an interactive presentation on tiny homes, including workshops and videos. They hope to express how the tiny house movement is revolutionizing the housing market of America.