The Slow Housing movement?

The Mother Nature Network features a slideshow of ten of the world’s smallest homes.

From energy expenditure to building materials, living in a smaller house is one of the best ways to reduce your ecological footprint. Giving up the luxury of space and living more minimally isn’t always easy, but it does come with a few perks: fewer possessions, bigger skies and open spaces! Plus, a smaller house makes it easier to cozy up to your loved ones. Here’s a reminder that bigger isn’t always better: 10 of the tiniest homes in the world.

Reduces your housing expenses too – giving you time, flexibility and further footprint reduction possibilities.

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