I live in a skinny three story town house.
And I have 3 toilets.
The first one is on the ground floor.
Which we need because we spend most of our time there.
The other two are on the top floor.
The second one we need because it’s got a shower in it and it’s accessible from the landing.
So if we have people staying on the top floor they can use it.
And if people stay on the middle floor they can use this second toilet too.
The third one we need because it’s adjacent to our bedroom.
En-suite I suppose.
We need 3 toilets.
It’s weird isn’t it?
What we persuade ourselves that we need.
1 toilet would, of course, be absolutely fine.
1 freezer (we have 2).
2 or 3 pairs of shoes (I have many).
As I do coats, pairs of jeans, pairs of trainers and every other category of clothing and footwear too.
The best things in the world – I think – genuinely satisfy a big need and a big want.
Both at the same time.
A strategy you can adopt to try to achieve this, if you want to, is to buy less and buy better.
So that’s what I’ll do from now.
Anybody want a toilet or two?