Yeah, living in a small space often means having multi-tasking furniture and electronics. A couch or bed often functions as your office space (does every body necessarily need a desk to do work?) and a laptop becomes your stereo system, television, and gaming console. Everybody places priority on different things and who are you to judge if they don't feel the need to take up space with a television or a stereo?
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I'm lucky enough to have a fair sized closet and all of my stuff goes in there. No dresser (I have a little cart on wheels for underwear, bras, tanktops, and things that don't hang up. (Single, living alone) BUT, the biggest thing for me to whittle down the wardrobe is that I only keep two seasons of clothes out at a time. (Summer clothes get packed away in the winter and vice versa). Whenever I switch out the clothes I turn around all of my hangers so they are backwards. Whenever I wear them and put them away, I turn the hangers back to normal. At the end of the season, anything that hasn't been turned around gets donated to charity. (Unless it is for a special function). I've always lived in tiny apartments and this keeps me from having a ton of clothing that I don't wear or doesn't fit right. :D
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