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Psychologist Dr. Martin Seligman calls this getting caught on the "hedonic treadmill." He writes, "As you accumulate more material possessions, your expectations rise. The things you worked so hard for no longer make you happy; you need to get something even better to boost your level of happiness. But once you get the next possession, you adapt to it as well, and so on... If there were no treadmill, people who get more good things would in general be much happier than the less fortunate. But the less fortunate are, by and large, just as happy as the more fortunate."
In terms of interior, even small spaces can achieve multiple purposes. In the tradition of Japanese tea houses, which celebrate aesthetic as well as intellectual engagement, you may want your garden shed to be a place of reflection and beauty as well as practicality. Consider borrowing elements from your lawn to echo inside, such as water, rocks, gravel or plants. Create storage space by hanging tools on a wall and storing items on a bank of shelves so you can use the remaining space for potting, reflection or social gathering.
The two most common foundations used are the skid foundation and the concrete foundation. A concrete foundation will be permanent, unlike the skid, choose the location wisely. Begin by clearing out and leveling the area.
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