Lots of people seem to think that tiny houses are just for young people but they’re not the only ones.
That’s not to say that all tiny homes are practical for someone who’s, let’s say, planning on going into their 70s, 80s, 90s and 100s in one.
If you’re looking to go into retirement chances are likely that you’re looking into a lifestyle that just demands less of you, right? Because that’s what I would do.
I’d rather get to spend my later years doing more of the activities that I enjoy and that I feel are for me because it only makes sense. And it’s a simpler less expensive lifestyle so you can live longer on less.
So whether it’s a small house on a foundation, a micro apartment in the city, or a little home on wheels the idea of going small is bigger than ever and I think that’s happening because people want more freedom and control in their lives, wouldn’t you agree?
It isn’t just the environment. It’s also about us. About us having more time than stuff. Less junk and more quality. Smarter conveniences and chosen labors of love.
If you agree with what I’m saying here let me know with a “Like” below or virtual fist pump in the comments. I’m just kidding. I mean I’ll take a VFP, but I really wanted to ask you this..
How would you like to retire? In a small cabin? Modern? Rustic? How small? Cottage style? Or in a tiny house, cabin, or cottage? Or is it on a sailboat or an RV?
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