"Living And Working In Tight Spaces" - this definitely applies to us. Just the two of us but we've been living together in small 1 bedroom apartments for 13 years now. I've been working from home for most of that time too. I'm a bit of a minimalist and I like how it forces us to optimize everything. No space gets unused and there is no stuff that never gets used - everything has a purpose, there is very little waste. Yes, it can sometimes be cramped with our foldable kayaks unfolded to dry after a trip, bike clothes hanging everywhere to air them out, or a bike in the stand being worked on in the living room. But it's always temporary and for a purpose.
Most friends and family who moved up to bigger homes just filled the extra space with more stuff. Walking around our new neighbourhood and peaking into all those two car garages with the doors open on a sunny weekend, I'm just flabbergasted with all the stuff I see in there. Not to mention the driveway filled with cars, trucks, RVs, trailers.
What I also like about living small is that it makes us use and appreciate public/community spaces a lot. Parks, spaces like The Shipyards, community gardens, public library, etc.