Canadians are choosing to live a life that’s ‘right’ for them, seeking a better balance of needs versus wants. According to Moen Canada research, 42 per cent of Canadian baby boomers (aged 49 to 67) plan to move from their primary residence and 68 per cent of those residents plan to downsize or ‘rightsize’ into a smaller house or condominium. In addition, younger consumers, such as Gen-Y-ers, faced with the expenses of homes and cars, increasingly see urban living as an attractive option. Some retailers are already addressing this trend by featuring examples of how to adapt your home for a downsized environment.