Would you live in less than 200 sq. feet, if it meant being debt free?
Does someone have a prison cell available? Me personally, no. I would go crazy in days in such a small space.
I didn't say you had to stay inside 24/7... Pay attention to how much time you ACTUALLY spend "IN" your house, you will be amazed how little time you really spend there.
Just dont do the math on what it cost you per hour, because you will be even more suprised at THAT answer. I did that once, now I dont think I will ever be able to pay rent again.....
You make a good point. People spend hundreds of thousands of dollars for a large home with high square footage only to spend 80% of their time in relatively few spots within the home.
Yes, absolutely, driving an older model but reliable car and living in 200 sq. ft (mostly all we need to do is eat and sleep) is worth being debt-free,
by Elena 7 years ago
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by Barefootfae 5 years ago
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