In Maslow’s Heirarchy of Needs, shelter ranks second, just after physiological integrity and just before love and belonging. I assume you’re not currently bleeding to death1 and that you regard the idea of true love and connection with other human beings as a mean-spirited hoax at best. So “shelter and maybe employment” is the highest most of us are destined to climb up Abraham Maslow’s cruel pyramid of unattainable #squadgoals. Here, then, is Jack Sjogren with some useful interior design tips to make the most of the shell within which your journey to self-actualization came to a premature end.
Jack Sjogren has published comics in BuzzFeed and Hyperallergic, and would like me to mention that he is “really, really good at armpit farts and maintain[s] a casual interest in magic tricks.” You may find him at jacksjogren.com or @sjogrenjack on Instagram.
If you are currenly bleeding to death, thank you for making Tabs the last thing you look at as the light gently dims. ↩