Showing posts from October, 2017
Last week on Two Girls and a Bunk we went over a few life hacks for living in small spaces. To continue providing tricks of the trade we conducted a social experiment of sorts that provides real-world knowledge about how to live with an empty fridge and empty wallets. This idea was born from the many conversations we have had about what we would do with our lives if we had no income. We always came to the conclusion that we would move somewhere warm and close to a university campus. Why these criteria, you may ask. Our reasoning is that warm places are nice to live in during the winter, and universities provide an abundance of free food opportunities. Don't just take our word for it. Check out the results from our week-long trial of buying no food and managing to feed ourselves thanks to the wonderful establishment of the University of Colorado Boulder and the surrounding area. No groceries? No problem! Day 1: When I say Sunday, you say 9-5pm workshop at school!
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On the last installment of Two Girls and a Bunk, we liberated oatmeal from the breakfast category box it was unjustly placed in by society. This week we want to challenge the notion of what being put in a box is like and how to make the most of it. What box are we referring to? Thank you for asking, the box is more of a rectangle actually and its our 15' x 7' room that the two of us reside in. If the measurements 15' x 7' doesn't mean much to you, do not worry you are not alone. For your convenience we have measured our room to scale using our bodies. Our room happens to be one full length of Alison and Sarah long by one full length of Sarah wide. This blog post chronicles our Tiny Living and the Big Success that it has become. Length: One Alison and One Sarah Width: One Sarah On August 22, 2017 we met our room for the first time. Our initial reaction was as follows: This is smaller than I remembered...-Alison You're not wrong -Sara