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Our Greatest Adventure:  Chapter 18

37 Weeks, 1 Day & Counting

He disappeared once I wandered back upstairs.  I heard the front door close behind him.  Where he was headed to I couldn’t be sure.  It was beginning to feel like I didn’t know him.  

While I wanted to blame every ounce of the new Jai on the film, I knew better than that.  His thoughts and feelings were coming from a place buried deep inside.  A place he had never needed to visit until now.  As much as I loved him, I knew I could not live with the misogynistic views he was now expressing.  

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Do small spaces drive creativity?

Larger homes accumulate more STUFF. More furniture, appliances, keepsakes, cars, tools, etc. If you have more room, you’re likely to “need” more things. A four bedroom home, for example, might have four beds, four dressers, four closets; each room, in turn, having its own decor and storage. THAT’S A LOT OF STUFF. 

So what happens when you shrink the space, to say, 500 sqft or less? 

No room for the third or fourth bed. You may not even have room for a bed at all. These small spaces might even help fuel creativity, as “space” becomes more valuable. Perhaps a staircase doubles as a bookshelf, or the bed is lofted to maximize room for guests. Every nook and cranny offers opportunity and encourages resourcefulness.  

Do these smaller spaces help us think outside the box? Help us to rethink our “needs” vs. “desires” and put “living spaces” in perspective? 

What do you think?

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Do not limit your Sacred Space to the literal, such as a small room or office. Allow this energy to flow from deep within, so that every where you go, no matter what the circumstance, you will always be immersed in the Divine. ~Gary Hopkins || 📷 found on Pinterest

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