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Hey there, sharing a personal journey that might resonate with some of you. Back in the late 90s and early 2000s, I was living the high life as a millionaire. Coming from money, downsizing? Seemed like a far-fetched idea.

But life has its own plans. In 2009, I faced a tragic loss that shattered me. A mental breakdown led me down a path of drug abuse and homelessness for almost five years. It was during those tough times that I discovered something profound.

You see, I came to realize that true happiness isn't tied to material wealth. At first, it was a struggle. It felt like life was tearing everything away from me. I saw it from the perspective of someone being pushed around by fate.

Fast forward to my recovery in 2016. It hit me: what truly matters in life isn't the stuff we accumulate, but the experiences we gather and the connections we make. It's about finding purpose in the simplest things.

Now, I've shifted my mindset. Even though I have the means for more, I choose to resist excess. I've embraced a clear and powerful understanding of what I really want and need. Downsizing wasn't about giving up; it was about gaining a fresh perspective.

So, here's the message: life isn't about the amount of stuff you have, but about the meaning you create. Whether you're a millionaire or not, the journey towards a more fulfilling life starts with understanding what truly matters.

Here an example:

In this ever-changing world, where the cost of living, especially housing, has skyrocketed, it makes you wonder – how much space do we truly need? 🏡

For instance, I've discovered that living with my husband and our dog in a compact 31m² space (around 310 square feet) is not just doable, but more than sufficient. It's got me thinking, what's your take on it? How much space do you find essential for a comfortable living experience? Let's spark a conversation! ✨

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