I found this cool site today when thinking about sustainable housing and downsizing.
Here we are in the midst of the largest population ever in our history of retirees, who need less house every year.
Even if few people actually retire because of the economy, we'll all find it more efficient to have less to take care of in our lives.
A few years ago the same website posted this article about small prefab houses.
I love that, while micro housing isn't for everyone, many people are trying it. And there are already thousands of people who love to RV (or camp) all summer, legions of retirees who just take to the road every summer, and settle down each winter in a favorite (warm) location. And many families join them for those few precious weeks of family vacation time.
If you were going out to travel for a month, cross country in a nice RV, what would you take?
While we're on the topic, check out Flylady's list to prepare for an evacuation. I love her list: practical and short. If you are faced with wild fires, or a hurricane evacuation, or even just a family emergency that calls you away from your home, are you ready?
Plan and Peace out,
16 hours ago