If travel has taught me anything, it’s that I don’t need a lot of shit to be happy.
You know when you’re in IKEA… (Hold up. Imagine that for a moment. Ahhhhhh. Happy place.) …and you see the displays of living spaces? The ones that are between 300-500 square feet. And you’re all, “Yeah, right.”
IKEA markets that because people can and DO live in spaces that size. You know why? They don’t spend their money on tchotchkes from Bed, Bath and Beyond to fill corners of their house that they don’t actually use daily. They either live in cities that demand they live in places that size or they simply spend their money on things like the finer things in life: food, family and fun times. Imagine that?!
Ask the hubster. I’m constantly asking, “Do we need this?” “Should I really buy this?” I’m known to clean out cabinets I just cleared out months ago, that have nothing new in them, because I just feel like there’s “too much.”
I’m not the perfect example…
Sad, pathetic example #1
I’m trying, I’m trying.
Anywhooo, in line with what traveling has taught me, what would you like to see from our recent travels? I will be writing about my adventures in England, Scotland, Cambodia and Thailand in the upcoming months. Which country do you want to see first?
Just leave a comment below and the country with the most comments, I’ll blog about first!
Easy peasy, lemon squeezy.
Which country would you like to hear about and see first? England, Scotland, Cambodia or Thailand.