I have found a few great articles on some of the smaller homes to share.....
For the more extreme.... Living off the grid in a tiny home.....
Some of the more permanent tiny homes are a bit more interesting to me. I prefer real plumbing of a nice porcelain throne in the bathroom and a bathroom that is big enough that my knees are not hitting the wall.
Apartments and condos....
Spring is certainly in the air and cleaning out the cruft of the winter is very important to smaller living. Time to put away all the heavy sweaters and winter clothing, store the coats and boots. My wife and I use the vacuum bags in plastic storage totes to compress a closet worth of coats, boots, gloves, scarves, and sweaters into 2 medium sized totes. Clothing that is starting to wear out will get donated to the local thrift store(kids like worn out jeans, they pay extra for extra worn out).
WE also take the time to clean out the pantry. Cans of food that are getting close to expiration are donated to a food pantry along with items that we purchased and will not eat. We also take this time to go through all the kitchen and get rid of any pans that are old or items we have not used and are holding on to for silly reasons. Chipped plates and glasses also get thrown away or recycled.