Texas Woman Quits High-Stress Job, Builds Tiny Home

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Beth Ann Norrgard was ready for big change to become small. Norrgard was living in a 1929 Tudor home in a conservation district in Dallas. “It was the most darling house you ever laid eyes on, but it was too much for me,” she said of the 1,148-square-foot home. “I just really felt trapped by a 30-year mortgage.” She said it felt as though she was working in order to earn a paycheck to buy things to fill the house. “It really wasn’t fulfilling,” she said, seated at Caribou Coffee in northeast Brainerd as she took a break from helping her parents downsize from their home to assisted living…

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