It's easy to get caught up chasing the things society says you're "supposed" to want—whether that's a big fancy house, a big fancy career, or other trappings of mid-life achievement.
On this week's podcast, we’ll hear from architect Macy Miller, who achieved it all only to realize that she didn't actually want what she was "supposed" to want. So she started from scratch, and built her own dream life—literally—plank by plank.
Today, she and her family share a tiny house, but also a slower, more contented, and more intentional lifestyle.
63% of homebuyers last year made an offer on a house without seeing it in person.
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