Life Edited: Graham Hill’s Design Contest Promotes Happiness By Living With Less

Life Edited: Graham Hill’s Design Contest Promotes Happiness By Living With Less
Design

Treehugger's founder launches the design competition, "Life Edited" to encourage more people to live with less.

Kyana Gordon
  • 4 november 2010

Is it possible to reduce our environmental footprint, save money, and lead a freer, less cluttered life? According to Treehugger founder, Graham Hill, the answer is a resounding yes! With the average home size in the United States doubling in the past century and happiness levels remaining flat, Hill believes it is possible to be happier by reducing the size of our homes, cars, and belongings. Hill explains his personal mantra:

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