How to build a tiny house mobile solar cart

Energy — a key concern for your tiny house. Especially for you off-gridders out there. In the vid below, I show how to build a tiny house mobile solar cart. This is Don from Piedmont Pine Coffins. Click here for a guest column I wrote for the website Tiny House Listings on our tiny house […]

4 playful life hacks for 2018 you’ll love

Life hacks, 2018 style — a playful list unlike any you’ve likely seen. Let’s transform! This year, I will eat more greens. THIS YEAR, lettuce change. 😉 I’ll put the list of life hacks right here and then explain in detail down below. In order, the list ascends with increasing power to rob you of your routines […]

The freedom to hoist one sail

I am ever and still caught in the breeze of a smile I once saw. The smile of a certain young monk. For new readers, we are Piedmont Pine Coffins. We help families do more affordable funerals, naturally. In our work and in our life, we take some inspiration from monks and monasteries down through […]

What’s the use of profit?

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again here, then maybe pipe down. I want to die (and live?) poor. But Piedmont Pine Coffins is a business, and the purpose of a business is to generate profit. What are the uses? B-corps, donations, foundations, community action, and the rest. I’ll let you read up on […]

I want to die poor

I want to die poor. Funny thing for an entrepreneur to say, but saying it I am. Here’s why. For those not in the know, we are Piedmont Pine Coffins and we help families with natural burials. We make simple pine box coffins, urns, and pet caskets. Since we opened in August 2013, our revenues […]

Late to the toxic burial party

What one Johnny from SC sent me last week makes me feel like a johnny-come-lately. For memory’s sake, we are Piedmont Pine Coffins. Since August 2013, we promote simpler, greener burial options and help families reclaim the power of caring for our own dead. But how about since 2001? Forester and biologist Johnny Stowe sent me […]