McMansions are out; tiny homes are in -- or so it seems. The movement is gaining traction, and for good reason. Environmentally, a tiny home leaves a smaller footprint (quite literally, too). Less space to heat and cool, less room to clutter up, less of a headache to maintain, simpler living, and, very often, returning to nature.
But going smaller doesn’t mean having to sacrifice quality. In fact, we’d argue that in a smaller space, you’d want to be up close and personal with quality. After all, if you’re renouncing space, you at least deserve luxury.
Let's talk clutter. Let’s talk about the fact that we’re all at home these days, staring at the stuff we’ve accumulated over the years – not the stuff that “sparks joy” but the stuff that we may or may not need, creating chaos in our space and minds. And besides, no one likes to spend half of his or her waking days reorganizing and putting away clutter.
We’re celebrating a birthday today. Probably not in the ways we usually do and perhaps with fewer people around this year, but it’s a special day nonetheless. It’s a day that calls for festivities, but also for some reflection, perhaps.
Let’s talk about Father’s Day, shall we? About what makes a great dad. We all know how important to your life a good dad can be. A great dad fosters and encourages a young spirit. He’s a shoulder to cry on. He listens and gives sage advice. He protects and guides you. He’s a constant presence in an otherwise tumultuous world.