Literally and figuratively. George Carlin brilliantly describes our tendency to acquire and hold onto "stuff." It's funny, and hits, uh, home. Sometimes it feels good to laugh at ourselves: http://youtu.be/MvgN5gCuLac
This is an interesting TED talk by Adam Baker about how we can use far less stuff than we're used to. Frankly, I think it's a bit extreme, but the concept is inspiring and invited me to rethink the things I keep. How far will you go? Let me know if you're inspired into action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XRPbFIN4lk
Amy is an entrepreneur, and has been a successful designer and business owner since 1996. With an architect father and interior designer mother, she's been thinking about how to make a home work all her life. As a child, she loved organizing her closet and found designing her dollhouse more appealing than playing with dolls. She went on to graduate from Rhode Island School of Design with a degree in industrial design. Due to the breadth of her design education, she’s able to assess a room as a whole and instinctively know how to make it work better. Evaluating the contents and functionality of a space is second nature to her.