Newsweek: “So these two are super cute, living in their tiny 240-sq-foot apartment & being all space-conscious. Watch this right now.”

Via on Jul 23, 2012

5 Tiny Tips about Living Little.

Where’s the effing full-screen option? I guess not having a full-screen option when you’re watching a video about tiny living is…appropriate.

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3 Responses to “Newsweek: “So these two are super cute, living in their tiny 240-sq-foot apartment & being all space-conscious. Watch this right now.””

  1. Loup-garrou says:

    I recently moved. all my worldly goods fit in 2 trips with a cargo van. But even that could conceivably be pared down.
    Americans have too much stuff…it would have been mind-boggling 50 years ago. but people who went through the Grt. Depression and WWII felt entitled to have lots of stuff because they were forced to do without and the US was booming after the war (not just babies :)
    problem is, it eventually became a crutch for our economy and then a national addiction.

    to be thrifty like the "super cute" couple, it requires a LOT of planning and commitment. it doesn't take much of either to simply buy more sh*t…which is what our economy is based on. I'm as guilty as anyone–to a degree. hey, if organic ketchup is freakin BOGO, I'm on it (but I go through ketchup quickly, and I recycle the bottles :)

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