No, I don't get bored especially because I'm living in a small camper. If I suffer from any type of boredom it's not because of where I'm hanging my hat at night. I once heard that only boring people are boring, and it's safe to say that I don't find myself too bored as of late.
No, I don't miss our big house in the city. I miss the life I've made at our home in the city, but it has nothing to do with the size. It has nothing to do with the majority of the possessions in our home, either.
No, I don't find it claustrophobic living in a small space. It's actually quite liberating knowing the difference between your needs and wants, and only surrounding yourself with essential items.
There's this craze you've probably heard about recently, and if you guess that John and I are following it with great interest, you'd be right.
I'm talking about tiny houses, and their increasing popularity among people who are sustainably-minded, who want to live mortgage free, or who want to reduce their dependency on typical American consumerism.
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