Photographer Meg Haywood-Sullivan and Ecologist/Writer Charles Post spend a lot of their time on the road documenting and sharing stories. After living in tents and out of the back of a truck, they eventually decided that they needed a home base. They settled on a 400 sq. foot tiny house, with an off grid office near the coast in Northern California and have built their own version of paradise.
While their home isn’t completely off grid, they focus on doing what they can to live minimally. Whether that means powering up their workspace with a Yeti 1250 and two Boulder 90 Solar Panels, working in their little garden, or just a mindful consumption of the resources that are available to them.
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