I live in a tiny home – it’s taught me an important lesson, and people say they can totally relate | The Sun

A FITNESS coach has surprised many with the biggest lesson that she has learned while living in a tiny house.

Charlotte Muller (@breathe_strength) previously asked her TikTok followers for storage and cleaning advice after struggling to live in the small space.

She has gained almost 89,000 followers with posts about her lifestyle including working with fashion brands and counting down to her wedding.

The 30-year-old went viral after sharing a thought she has had since living in a tiny home.

Charlotte posted a snap of the kitchen in her little house after it was freshly cleaned. 

Moments later it looked chaotic with clutter on the worktops, bags, and boxes scattered across the floor.

“Things I’ve learned by living in a tiny house,” read the text over the eight-second clip.

“I want a bigger house.”

She captioned the post with hashtags including #tinyhouse, #tinyhomelife, and #minimalliving.

Over 37,000 people watched the video and many commenters were in hysterics as they admitted they were surprised by her revelation.

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One person wrote: “Why?? So you can make a bigger mess [laughing].”

Another commented: “Probably most honest tiny house video I’ve ever seen.”

A third said: “LMAO I was not expecting that.”

A fourth added: “Hahaha similar experience.”

Charlotte previously asked for storage advice after revealing that she has a fold-up bed but nowhere to put her pillows. 

She also vented to her followers about how quickly mess can spiral while living in a tiny house as she shared her cleaning process. 

She filmed herself packing things away after they had been scattered across the small space and emptying trash bags. 

Charlotte said: “Living in a tiny house is great but it just gets so messy, so quickly.

“I feel so mentally cluttered because my physical space is so cluttered.”

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