One of the biggest challenges of living small, for me, is co-habitation with someone who is #1 a fan of living large and #2 a hoarder. I do not say this lightly. My man keeps EVERYTHING. I must admit that during
Last weekend my daughter and I spent some time talking about her future. She’s a high school senior this year and time is whizzing by!!! We had a “girl weekend” at the farm watching movies, eating junk food (I’m back
My Ah-Ha Moment A couple weeks ago, I had this revelation while tidying up my space. As a result of this revelation, I tossed a few extra things that “helped me to remember” tough times I’d endured during my life.
Most of my readers understand that my path is a journey, not a destination. Sometimes I forget that myself and become frustrated and disenchanted. Becoming “simple” in my life has been a long-term — and often a three-steps-forward-and-two-steps-back — process,
Many tiny houses I’ve seen have something major lacking — like a single floor for living. Or a “cramped” feeling. Or a lack of decent storage, or no real desk space for work (and I need a large work surface!), or
Over the years, I’ve given a great deal of thought to what is essential in living space. What are the stripped down, basic, absolute necessities that I need to be happy in my living space. With that said, I must admit