Gregory Paul Johnson likes to think big -- that's why he chooses to live small. Really small.
In an ultimate attempt at downsizing, in 2003, he trimmed down his life and stuffed it into a tiny140-square-foot house in Iowa City. And he hasn't looked back since.
"There's really a lot of freedom to a simple house," he said. No mortgage, annual utility bills that don't exceed $200 and all of his worldly possessions within arms' reach.
When Johnson, who is the founder of the public interest...Full Story