Want to know more about what I do and my other projects? Here are some reasons why I’m not the best at regular blogging (but I can assure you there’s always heaps of drafts)!
My Tiny House build
In mid-2017 I started building my own tiny house on a trailer. I’m building this myself, with the help of friends and my Grandad. You can follow my blog posts here, and for more up to date progress, my Instagram.
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Progress at my tiny house has been verrryyyy slow over the past 10 months. I took a break, then got overwhelmed by it, lost motivation and then didn't know how to start again. Last night I got to meet a bunch of keen tiny housers and see my friend's finished tiny house. I'm now feeling motivated to finish! Here's the guttering going up yesterday. I got brand new guttering that was surplus to a job, for $15, hence why it's in parts. Can't argue with that price though! You'll also note I need to do a second coat of my wood stain 😂
Auckland Library of Tools
Workshops and speaking gigs
I’ve done presentations for school groups, university classes, workplaces, events and more. I share any public upcoming events I’m presenting at, or workshops I’m hosting, on my Facebook page. Please feel free to get in touch if you would like me to speak at an event you’re having.
In late 2016 I set up the Community Fridge Auckland, New Zealand’s first Community/Solidarity/People’s Fridge. The fridge is now looked after by a team of dedicated volunteers, with help from Auckland Council’s Design Office, who set up and manage the Griffiths Gardens space. Blog posts about the Community Fridge can be found here.
For more information about my waste-free journey and FAQs, check out this page here.
Articles about me, and written by me can be found here.
If you’d like to get in touch, you can reach me here or on social media (above).
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