'All I Need' TV show: An experiment to see if people be happier living with less instead of more?

Australia has the biggest houses in the world, and the biggest mortgages to match, as we chase the Aussie dream. But whose dream is it? And is it making us happy?

We’re working some of the longest hours in the world and giving a huge percentage of our salaries just to meet the repayments. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

All I Need is a thought-provoking social experiment, and one-hour TV show, that follows two different households through a series of challenges designed to explore how we live and what we really need to be happy.

To guide us through the modern minefield, we hear expert opinion from world-renowned Psychologist, Jacqui Manning; Professional Organiser, Jo-Anne Carmichael, who specialises in KonMari the Japanese art of de-cluttering; and Architect, Brad Swartz, whose creative thinking has transformed his tiny studio flat into an award-winning space.