A documentary about Lynton and Pi and how they began to redesign their lives after a burnout, putting family, time and health first, reconnecting with nature and through it themselves. Inspired by the tiny house movement, they are exploring a way to live debt free and as simply as possible. Working with Woonpioniers and Liberté Tiny Houses in the Netherlands they designed a flexible tiny house studio/ workspace which they could travel with and live in temporarily if needed. This documentary follows the journey of their tiny house from its makers in Amsterdam to its final destination, Lynton and Pi’s home on the Hebridean island of Jura, off the west coast of Scotland. What are the limits we accept for ourselves? Which boundaries could we overcome in our lives? How do we embody freedom and choice for our children? What do we really value and how central do we make this in our lives? What would we do if we knew we couldn’t fail?