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Reader Home: A 22sqm Condo in Cebu

RL Readers of the Week Arbie and Vanezsa Redoña show us their first home as a newlywed couple

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Photography: Arbie and Vanezsa Redoña

Our RL Readers of the Week are Arbie and Vanezsa Redoña. The couple has been reading Real Living since 2014. They live in a 22sqm condo in Cebu City.

Real Living (RL): What are your favorite Real Living articles? Why?

Arbie: My favorite articles are those about tiny homes. I believe that owning a tiny home is the next big thing. Hopefully, living in a tiny home will also be more popular in the Philippines.  

RL: What is the greatest lesson that you have learned from Real Living?

Arbie: Making the most of an empty space in your house! My wife and I started living in a condominium last year. Since then, we have followed a minimalist lifestyle. We have learned to live large in a small yet clutter-free studio.

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