Chelsea Kibert (Street Articles Author)
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Hello, I am Chelsea, I have a family and career in occupational therapy. I graduated high school early, went right into college, and fairly quickly decided on my course and completed it. I was fortunate enough to have had several unique experiences by the time I was 21 which encouraged my natural draw to creation and development. I helped start a restaurant from the ground up with my husband, I was a large part of another franchise start up (which failed...it happens). I have always loved to experiment and I am known for constantly researching and trying new things. I like to invent and create things. This love of learning coupled with my decision to not let fear rule my life have lead me to some truly wonderful places in the past few years. For instance, in 2014 we decided to sell everything we owned and move in to a tiny house of 172 sq feet with our three year old daughter. It was a wonderful experience in simplicity and intentional living. Through that experience and the blog I kept for the first few months, I learned that I wanted to take my love of writing and turn it into second career, bringing both income into my pocket and beauty into the world. I was exposed to loss at a very young age and it has taught me that every second counts. It has given me a unique "big picture" perspective. I do not want to wake up one day and realize that I spent my whole life just trying to get through the next day. One of my biggest personal goals is to always keep the big picture in focus and to remember that people are the best investment I can make. I am far from perfect and was given a dose of selfishness that is more than my share, however I work very hard to make time to do things for others. I want to turn writing into one more area of service that will help people. I am excited to be a member of streetarticles and look forward to not only getting my writing out there, but reading yours as well!

The Big Picture
One day I will lie on my deathbed. I do not know when or what type of bed that will be, but I will lie there. I will lie there and have nothing to lose. As a twenty something surrounded by death I have come to realize that I have…
By:  in  Self Improvement  >  Inspirational   Mar 13, 2015  
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Zoomer Dino Review : Best New Toy Of the Year New York Toy Fair 2015
Zoomer Dino Review: The Good, The Bad, and The Good Product: Zoomer Dino Price: Reg. $99.00 Cheapest Place to Buy: Amazon (sale $69.00) Warranty: 30 Days Recommended Ages: 5-10 Batteries: 3 AAA Special Features: True Balance Technology The Good Zoomer Dino is an interactive toy who zooms around on two…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Early Childhood Education   Mar 05, 2015  
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Educational Toys for Two Year Olds
Our purpose is to provide you with the information of where to find the best educational toys for two year olds and how to decide which one is best for your child. The good news is, everything is an educational toy for a two year old! You could give a…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Babies Toddler   Mar 03, 2015  
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Tiny House Living
"I don’t have room for a handbag.” When I spoke these words to my husband I couldn’t decide if it sounded ridiculous or progressive. We were on a vacation from tiny house living, having a fantastic time at restaurants, amusement parks, and outdoor living/venues. As with any touristy area we…
By:  in  Self Improvement  >  Inspirational   Feb 28, 2015  
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How Our Tiny House Enables Us to Live Big
We crossed another hurdle on our tiny house adventure this week…our first major event, Lily Grace’s 3rd birthday. We had a bit of a tradition to keep up in that Lily’s birthdays have always been large events where all family could come, celebrate, and enjoy each other. Obviously this was…
By:  in  Self Improvement  >  Inspirational   Feb 28, 2015  
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Tiny House Family: Valuable Time
What is the biggest lesson I have learned from tiny house living? This is a question I have been asked several times and until now, was unsure how to answer. I now know that my answer is intentional living. I have read blog post after blog post about intentional living.…
By:  in  Self Improvement  >  Happiness   Feb 27, 2015  
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Tiny House Cost: An Investment In Yourself And Your Future
Isn’t tiny house living more of a college student or confirmed bachelor type of lifestyle? The answer is yes. Currently most people living in tiny houses are single, college student, and artist types. Tiny house living is an extremely good fit for those lifestyles and a wise choice when it…
By:  in  Self Improvement  >  Abundance Prosperity   Feb 27, 2015  
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#tiny House Problems - From Personal Experience
Some Insider Advice from Personal Experience About Tiny House Living: I have spent a lot of time praising tiny houses, showering them with flowery adjectives and sunshiny feelings so today I wanted to tell a little bit about the not so sparkly side of tiny living. I just wanted to…
By:  in  Self Improvement  >  Personal Growth   Feb 27, 2015  
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My House Without A Chair
An Excerpt From our Tiny House Experience. What would you do if you came home and didn’t have a chair anywhere in the entire house? Would you just go to bed? Would you stretch out on the floor? Would you perch on the counter top? Would you perhaps just remain…
By:  in  Self Improvement  >  Happiness   Feb 27, 2015  
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Preschool Board Games
It is difficult to find preschool board games, that is for children 5 and under. When I spot one on the shelf that boasts 3+, 4+, or even 5+ I usually grab it! Board games can be a parent’s best friend. They are relatively quiet, sedentary, and offer a variety…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Early Childhood Education   Feb 26, 2015  
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