Retirement hits differently when you’ve spent a good two or three decades working hard to ensure your needs, as well as your family’s, are met.
You’ve lived through days when you barely have the energy and drive to show up, you’ve earned promotions, and you’ve set the bar for those taking their first steps into the workforce.
When you reach that turning point that tells you you’re ready for the next journey, the peace that comes with it is priceless.
Whether quietly or with a bang, retirement is a milestone worth celebrating.
That’s probably why this group of friends decided to settle down together for the next (calmer) ride of their lives.
They planned it carefully, too. They considered buying RVs, traveling together, investing in land, name it, the ideas just kept coming.
Finally, they were able to reach a decision.
It involved a smart movement that was making its way across the country – something genius, practical, and more sustainable: tiny houses!
The couples involved in the planning knew that this was what they needed to get started.
They began by reaching out to an architect named Matt Garcia, who agreed to help bring their vision to life.
The first step was finding land big enough for everyone.
Thankfully, they found one measuring 10 acres near the Llano River.