Talking to kids about downsizing, minimalism, and going tiny can be difficult. That's why my guests Becky Flansburg and BA Norrgard decided to write a children's book. Sissy Goes Tiny was created to share the process of going tiny from a child's perspective.
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In This Episode:
- The story of how Sissy Goes Tiny came to be
- Plot overview
- Where did the name Sissy come from?
- What’s the overall messages of the book?
- How does Sissy learn about repurposing?
- How did Becky and BA choose the house on the cover?
- Did BA face skepticism or criticism when she chose to go tiny?
- Where and when you can buy Sissy Goes Tiny?
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In 2012, bucking societal exceptions and following her inner guidance, B.A. (Beth Ann) Norrgard shed her paralegal costume after 26 years in a downtown high rise and hand built her tiny house. She is a passionate advocate for others following their dreams and letting go of societal conditioning, and being free to live a larger life in a smaller space.
Rebecca “Becky” Flansburg is an author, freelance writer, and blogger from Minnesota who writes about parenthood topics and being a mompreneur.
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