What Extra Room in the House Are You?

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Does your home have an extra room? I wouldn’t mind having a couple extra rooms, and I always dream about what I would do with them. I love the idea of a garden room and a yoga room 🙂

What extra room in a house would best suit you? Take my latest quiz to find out! What Extra Room in the House Are You?

Here are some Friday Five questions for today’s quiz 🙂

  1. What result do you get on the quiz? How true is it for you?
  2. What part of your home is the most special to you?
  3. If you could dedicate a room to anything, what would it be?
  4. Would you rather live more central to a city with no extra rooms or far from the city with lots of extra rooms?
  5. Take What Does Your Home Mean to You? What do you get?

What do you think?

9 thoughts on “What Extra Room in the House Are You?

  1. Josh

    1. You Are the Game Room (and some quiet room
    2. Bedroom
    3. Something spiritual, gothic (or just dark), and conceptual. Or maybe astronomy
    4. Probably far from the city with lots of extra rooms
    5. Degrees of simplicity and serenity

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  2. Máirín Jen

    1. Study. Yes. Accurate.

    2. Well I live in an apartment so that is kind of hard, I guess the main room because it has some of our bookshelves and it is far more spacious than I was expecting us to get – plenty for yoga or zumba.

    3. a library. a room devoted to yoga would be nice too. oh and I’ve wanted to try pure barre so if I could put up a bar somewhere I’d love that!

    4. definitely more central. a spacious place to live seems nice and all, but I’d much rather have easy access to the things a city can offer. That said, I prefer to reside in a quieter area of a city that has trees.

    5. Adventure. Ideally, it would be!

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  3. Melissa Russell

    1. I got home theater. I do like to watch a lot.
    2. The living room I suppose. It’s where I spend the most time awake.
    3. I need a studio and a gym and a library/office.
    4. If single and working, near the city with no rooms would be fine. I would like rooms (and land) for everything but I don’t want to be more than a half hour away from everything.
    5. Serenity

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    1. kari Post author

      That’s true that home needs change depending on what you’re up to. For example, I have heard it’s not easy to raise kids in a condo 🙂

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  4. Rachel R. (@REReader)

    1. I got Study, and yep, nailed it! Although I would just like just as much a mostly empty room to do my t’ai chi in. 🙂

    2. My bedroom/office, because it is mine.

    3. Well, as above, I think t’ai chi. Somewhere peaceful, which would also be good for meditation. (And maybe giving private lessons!)

    4. Given that choice–in the city. I love the energy–it keeps me from vegetating.

    5. I got Simplicity–and it’s partly true. I mean, I’m not really a minimalist, because I love my books and gadgets and toys! But “More stuff just means more cleaning”–I get 100% behind THAT. 😀

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    1. kari Post author

      I love your Tai Chi idea – both the room and the lessons. And I feel you on the city thing. I live in the city, but out West everything is more spread out. It’s very easy to just veg. I’m thinking more density here could do me good 🙂

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  5. kari Post author

    What result do you get on the quiz? How true is it for you?

    I am a study 🙂 I think it’s very true, but a quiet room fits as well.

    What part of your home is the most special to you?

    The little nook in my office that I work on Blogthings from!

    If you could dedicate a room to anything, what would it be?

    Crafts or yoga

    Would you rather live more central to a city with no extra rooms or far from the city with lots of extra rooms?

    Well, this is something I have been thinking about a lot lately. I’m leaning toward center city with less space.

    Take What Does Your Home Mean to You? What do you get?

    I got adventure, and I think it’s more of an aspirational outcome for me. I like it though!

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