Interview: Tiny-house guru Jay Shafer 

Jay Shafer lived in Iowa City and decided to simplify his life. How? By building and living in a teeny-tiny house. After quickly learning to love his life's newfound simplicity, Shafer started the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company. He brings his experience — as well as a tiny house — to Butler University tomorrow at 5:30 p.m. in the Johnson Room at Robertson Hall.

I spoke with Shafer Friday in advance of his visit, asking him about tiny houses, of course, but particularly about how tiny houses relate to cats, tornadoes, downsizing and the long arm of the law. Check out the full interview at Indiana Living Green.

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