I’m constantly battling a whole lot of clutter, a lot of stuff, and too little storage – I have piles and piles of stuff that we’ve never used. And probably never will – I think to myself if only I had a larger space, more cupboards, more… ..
Yesterday stumbled upon this. Can you believe it!? Living in a house that’s all of 89 sq ft!?!?!?!
Got me thinking. We always want more. More of this. More of that. More space. More money. And ofcourse more time.
Maybe sometimes less is better.
Do we ever consciously choose less?
Here’s a couple who did. They chose to live in a 450 sq ft house. Though they could afford much more. Why – so that they could be near the beach and the hills. I loved this part the best:
A fascinating 30-day-project :
Most of our lives are lived on average days, not big once-in-a-lifetime days when we get married, or pay off the house, or graduate from college. Yet, many people focus quite intently on these big goals, to the exclusion of day-to-day life. This is my effort to emphasize the days that make up 99% of our lives. For 30 days, I’m recording the regular things that I do, every day.
Amazing na what people think and do.
Care to share your thoughts on this?