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We all have the potential to live the lifestyles of our dreams. To live that life requires planning, action and purpose. What is the life style you dream of and it can't be a statement of "I just want to be rich", that sets the bar too low and non specific. Let's explore the map the journey and reach the Lifestyle destination.
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Tiny House Tiny Apartment Less is More
4 days ago
Positive creativity from Millennials. Introducing Felice Cohen 90 Lessons for Living Large in 90 Square Feet [caption id="attachment_927" align="alignleft" width="203"] Living Large in 90 Square Feet....or Less (Think Tiny House)[/caption] The Millennial Generation has stumbled on a movement which is catching steam while changing the mindset of many American. The Tiny House, Tiny Apartment and less is more movement is gaining popularity with many in the younger generation, with a progression toward Baby Boomers looking toward affordable retirement. Enter Felice Cohen The epitome of less is more by living example is Felice Cohen. Looking to live in Manhattan, Felice found an extremely affordable apartment in the city that never sleep by referral of a friend. To her surprise the apartment consisted of 90 square feet of living space. Think of the space as a really big closet 9 feet by 10 feet wide. I interview Felice via Skype during which Felice stated how the transition was a serious adjustment mentally, spiritually and physically to feel at home in such a confined area. There were unforeseen challenges such as not having a formal kitchen, and an extremely tiny bathroom to name a few. After the initial Shock it was easier than expected. The task of turning such a small dwelling into a habitat may have been a bit easier for Felice as her profession as a professional organizer aided the transition to living unlike most Americans. An important fact she highlighted was how there is a cost to having possessions. Having a lot of "stuff" is taxing on your time for maintenance, cost money for storage and requires energy to keep in your vicinity. Why waste energy on something you rarely "need". A good example is having a $50,000 car when you work 15 feet away and all your needs are within walking distance. The New Movement Experience not things. Within the American population there is a new movement to live and little more fully. T