Our homes might reduce our physical footprint, but when we drag it everywhere, it increases our carbon footprint.
I'm building a geodesic dome.
Eventually, I even had water in my bed.
I'd be lying if I said I didn't sometimes wish I had more storage.
Here's how I survived the madness and the mayhem. If you have ever found yourself in a similar position, I hope this is helpful.
2019 has only just begun. Where will you live, this year?
It's been five years, and Teddy isn't going anywhere.
When most people think of minimalism, the stories that often come to mind are of people like myself. People who gave up their corporate jobs and 90 percent of their possessions for a more vagrant lifestyle of being glamorously homeless.
Here are five things I gained after giving up 90 percent of my possessions in June 2015.
Like a prodigal, I fled the southern cities for the small town of New Milford, Pennsylvania. The town was so far away from urban civilisation that it was a three hour drive from the airport, just to make it home. "Home" was an old colonial house that had been split up into different apartments and [...]