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1 thought on “Quality Over Quantity – Esther & Kenny Living Less is More”
The reason I’m looking at tiny houses is because I live in one: a mid-century carriage house converted from a one-car garage, poorly insulated, but a great floor plan.
I realized when I moved in that half the stuff I moved from my large condo, I hadn’t used and didn’t need to OWN.
It was challenging to get rid of stuff (CLOTHES AND SHOES), but once it was gone, I wasn’t in a hurry to replace it, and I’m very conscious of what comes home: if I can’t eat, drink or borrow it, do I really need it?
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