In my collapsible life, I’ve gone from living in a 4,000-square-foot house on an acre of land to a 1,000-square-foot two-bedroom city apartment to a 240-square-foot, Class-C RV.
And driven more than 40,000 miles (or about 65,000) kms around Canada, the USA and Mexico in the past five years.
On the way, I’ve learned a lot about cleaning up, clearing out, shifting gears, living small, minimizing and mindfulness.
Here’s are some of the key things I now know:
You need less stuff than you think you do. (And you won’t miss it when it’s gone.)
Stuff expands to fill the space allotted to it.
Your loved ones love you, not your stuff.
I intend to use this space to reflect on this kinda stuff, to participate in the community living to #havelessdomore, and to share what wisdom I think I’ve gleaned over the past 10 years.
Looking forward to it,