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  • joanne - 2 days ago
    love it, so true, people have a crazy insatiable need for more and more stuff and space to put their stuff. I think it's all about creating the most out of the space we have, making it reflect who we are and what we like to do a home. Taking care of all that stuff takes time away from doing what we love to do.
  • Pegeen - 1 week ago
    My biggest personal observation is that no matter how big or small someone’s house is has little to do with their ability to create a home. There is a distinct energy in a home well loved, honored, appreciated and cared for. A sacredness of attention to details that money can’t buy but heart and imagination create.
  • Tripleg - 2 weeks ago
    I agree there is a lot of useless wasted space. After superstorm Sandy, when we had to rebuild 8 feet up, the kitchen, dining area, living room/den was one large room-900 sq.ft. And that included small side areas of pantry, 1/2 bath, washer and dryer! Everything you need to live luxuriously!
  • bill - 2 weeks ago
    This is very much an opinion piece. And I very much share the opinion.

    I like to think that we’re on the verge of a major paradigm shift where waste and extravagance are ostracized and thrifty efficiency (think: tiny homes!) are celebrated. Ostentatious homes make people uncomfortable. Smaller spaces bring down guards and bring people together.