As for me, it's a little simpler: I just go home. I dig through thousands of pictures to find ONE hardly glamorous shot of me in sunglasses, and it happens to be me up in a tree. The walls of my house are all but bare, even after two years. I freely substitute bacon for proscuitto and romaine for arugula. My wardrobe consists of $6 solid color shirts from Target, not only because they are cheap but because they simply match everything! My house is just over 1000 square feet, and my one car is compact. Which is good, because even with so few feet to clean, I only manage to clean either one about every three months. I could go on...
I like to think that I have made my life simple like this on purpose. No doubt, there is a bit of that at work.
But then again, maybe it's just that I'm fairly lazy and a little bit poor*. Those both go a long ways to revealing my priorities I guess!
Are you lazy and poor (or just "living simply") too?! Prove it!
* Poor being defined loosely as less than 185% of American poverty level, and richer than about 5.8 billion people in the world.