In any home, large or small, storage tends to be one of the top gripes. There's a good chance that your basement — if you even have a basement — is filled with needless items that you've collected over the years. You've probably lived through the experience of donating several coats in your closet, so you can, um… make room for new coats. And let's not even discuss that clutter that currently resides under your bed.
It happens to the best of us, which is just one of the reasons why more and more people are turning to a minimalist lifestyle that's lighter on stuff. The frontrunners of this movement? Tiny house owners, who have had to part with many of their possessions in favor of no mortgage, a simpler life, and the freedom to pick up and go whenever they like.
If you're struggling to fit one. more. thing. in your small space, look no further than these words of wisdom and minimalist practices shared by longtime tiny home owners.