It has been almost three months of living and working in Hong Kong. So far, things go well and I have been exploring Hong Kong either for sight-seeing or to look for a vintage or thrift store. The weather is fine now for sight-seeing so I am planning to visit places of interest.
I have adapted pretty well living in a small place. Two of the most important thing that I have learnt are being flexible and creative in solving space or utility matters. Here I would like to share; a versatile laundry bag and a temporary indoor dryer.
Use IKEA (L) shopping bag as laundry bag. It is cheap and bigger enough to hold about one week's clothes. Perhaps more than a week.
When it rains, I use the mop to assemble into an indoor dryer by placing it on the chair and by the window for support.
Sometimes I think to myself, it is possible to live comfortably in a small place as long as one is open to explore and think out of the box.
Do you have any great ideas to share on flexibility or versatility at home?