Johnson doesn't even have an apartment, actually. He rents a bed in a large room with other people who rent beds, for nights, weeks or months at a time, through a service called [PodShare](https://www.npr.org/2018/10/21/654426576/cant-find-an-affordable-home-try-living-in-a-pod). All the residents share a kitchen and bathrooms. Johnson also rents a desk at [WeWork](https://www.npr.org/2017/09/26/552379626/co-working-spaces-are-redefining-what-it-means-to-go-to-the-office), a coworking space.
This is part of the larger shift in younger generations’ approach to material property, consumerism, and ownership.
from this NPR article