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Micro living for macro lives
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Hear from an entrepreneur and an employee about creating a remote work life that lights you up.
Letting go of stuff tends to be a process. Here are the benefits⏤especially if you're creating a life of "freedom."
Our future, now
Kirk Phillips & Kennerly Clay, husband-wife, entrepreneurial team
Like many people since the pandemic began, we have re-evaluated our lives and what's possible when it comes to working "remotely." Our interests in tiny house living and real estate, and in creating fulfilling lives (minus the frenzy of always taking on too much and being so busy all the time) have led us to some pretty cool opportunities and decisions—much more quickly, because of 2020.
“Certainly, travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living.”