Design your life to include more money, health and happiness with less stuff, space and energy.

Design your life to include more money, health and happiness with less stuff, space and energy.

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The Chicago Bungalow

In the early part of the 20th Century, the United States experienced a surge of housing demand from upwardly mobile first and second generation immigrants. Fueled by incomes that exceeded their previous subsistence levels, these people were after something more.

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Whose Life Are You Living?

Are there things that concern you more than your time? Jack Johnson This site often features things like cool design, architecture and demographic trends–novel, interesting things, but ultimately things that hint at important things. At our heart, LifeEdited is about.

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Get Your Life on Track

I’ve covered more than my fair share of compact, mobile homes. More often than not, the mobility is expressed on pavement, whether the home is affixed to a bicycle, a truck chassis or being towed around by an automobile. Very.

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New Startup Offers Rent-a-Tiny-House

As I brought up a few weeks ago, there is a real need for more small, inexpensive vacation homes, ideally ones that are easily accessed by city-dwellers. City life can be a real grind. Without some sort of retreat, it.

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The Rise of the Minimalist Millionaire

Aside from its inherent space and energy efficiency, compact living–or rather the high density living that often accompanies it–has been credited as being a catalyst for innovation. In his book Triumph of the City, Harvard economist Ed Glaeser found that.

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