Paprika Clark started a tiny house building business with her partner Dylan Pankow in 2012. Since taking the leap and building the first one in her suburban front yard, she’s met heart-felt idealists and pragmatic visionaries, taught over a dozen building workshops and volunteer seminars to students age 8 to 80, and coached more than 1000 people toward fulfilling their dreams of a smaller, simpler life. She now operates as a freelance writer, editor, and public speaker, and is offering her second tiny house up for sale in Northern California so she can move across the country with her pets, kids, and extended family.
I’m a lifelong student of language, art, and human nature: an Independent ENFP Sex Positive Intersectional Feminist Aries Fire Dragon.
Join me as I feel my way through this.