A woman lives in a tiny house in Hawaii without rent.
While only working four hours a day, a TikToker named Lisa was able to move to Hawaii and live in a tiny house.
Lisa (@lisalollirock) describes herself as a “digital nomad” as she promotes her travels to her 10,000+ followers.
One of her most popular videos shows a snippet of her life in a tiny house.
“I lived in a tiny house in Hawaii for 4 months for free through @Workaway.info,” the video’s caption read.
She filmed a tour of her tiny house.
The text on the screen read, “If you can work four hours a day in exchange for living for free in a tiny house in Hawaii by a mango tree.”
The WorkAway program is similar to Airbnb.
People can find hosts who offer free accommodation.
In return, they will either work or volunteer.
“As a solo workaway, you can connect directly with hosts around the world, immerse yourself in different cultures, and support unique projects along the way,” the website says.
In the comments section, Lisa said her host was a woman named Anya in Kona, but didn’t explain what her job consisted of.
The projects are listed next to the hosts on the website.
For example, some of the projects are helping to develop a small eco-farm to live in Portugal.
Other projects are less voluntary and more service-oriented.
Some listed on the company’s website require dog or babysitting, so work may vary.