Most of us can only handle stacking, storing and stepping over our stuff for so long before we start to feel claustrophobic. We go on a cleaning spree and give (or sell) it all away. But that’s only a temporary fix. Living small requires a more permanent shift. You might find it hard to believe, but there is a growing demographic of people convinced that no person needs a house full of possessions to survive. These aren’t tent-dwelling hippies, but successful, intelligent individuals and families who have rejected the stuff-cluttered life
for something more meaningful. Here are some of our favorites.
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