“When you pare down to less, you may just find that you’ve come out with more.” says Carmella of Assortment.
665 square feet in a cabin in Wyoming to be exact.
That’s where she lives with her husband and three boys.
This is a story of a cozy cabin but also one of taking a leap and living with less.
Her story is moving, her writing inspired.
Their lives were much different a few short years ago.
Great job and house in a far flung city … living the American dream.
Then the real estate market crashed and their losses were many.
That’s when they decided to move …
to a small cabin on rented land with horses for neighbors.
A temporary place to dwell while they search for a piece of land to build a house upon and put down deeper roots.
Then this cabin will become a guest house.
Each square inch well thought out.
Each space used to it’s fullest potential.
Living on less – a week’s worth of clothes for everyone.
No dishwasher, no garbage disposal – just the necessities.
Less stuff, less clutter and more thoughtfulness before something new is brought into the home.
A place to create always a necessity.
Visit Assortment to read Carmella’s inspiring story about making the leap to living with less but gaining much more than she could have imagined.
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