Deb got me watching them, and I’ve gotta admit, it’s fun to see people struggle to downsize their households and squeeze themselves into as little as 200 square feet.
The trick is prioritizing and using space wisely.
Plus, you have to be really motivated to convert from big to tiny.
Or complex to simple.
It’s so easy to make things complicated.
Everytime Microsoft fugks around with an operating system that seems to work perfectly well, I wonder, why? Why make it more confusing?
And whenever a friend tells me she’s spent six months hammering out a “business plan” so she can leave her miserable job, I ask, “How come you’re making it so hard on yourself?”
Why not, as Thoreau suggested almost two centuries ago, simplify, simplify, simplify?
There are complex ways to build a business of your own, and there are plenty of “gurus” out there to detail it all for you.
My tip for the day…
Always go simple.
You’ll be happier, healthier, and probably wealthier.