I have been living in a tiny home for nearly 5 years and that taught me a few things about moving into a smaller home.
1) A wise man once said ' You cant always get what you want, but if you try some times you'll get what you need'. The most obvious thing is that your house is probably filled with stuff you just don't need and you may just need to cull it. This doesn't mean you need to go full minimalist living but you may want to think about the things you haven't used for 1, 2 or 3 months do you really need to be using it 2) Buy well and buy once, if you have something that isn't working properly don't keep it so buy quality stuff, in the long run it will save you. The amount of homes we go into that are filled up with half working items that they dont want to get rid of incase the might one day fix it or use it, If its not broke don't fix it but if it is don't keep it 3) Clear Space is key, keep your place tidy, if you don't have a place to store it you probably shouldn't keep it. Things that are just floating around the home will make it a really unpleasant place to live. Do what you can to keep any work surfaces clean and clear, any spaces that are clear keep them clear
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