Fair enough, but why do u want to?
its not an easy straightforward answer, for me at least.
i have lived in a house while my kids were growing up, but my mindseye was always looking out to the mountains and the sea,holidays were always in the landrover and a small tent, and always in more remote areas, away from the crowds, and general society. when my relationship ended, i bought a cheap boat, and loved the self isolation, mixed with a small amount of socializing with fellow liveaboards, waking up to the gentle sound of water lapping against the boat, pushing the hatch open, and watching the swans glide past, feeding the crazy seagulls, no kids driving about in hot hatches, no noise, aside from natural sounds. yes it was cold in winter, i didnt have standing headroom, the living space was 6ft wide, by 12ft long, and 4.3ft headroom ( i am 6ft tall ) and in strong winds, occasionally i had to sleep in the landy..but aside from all the ups and downs, i felt disconnected ( by choice) from the run of the mill way of life that most people buy into....and very cliched, at one with whatever the elements chucked at me.
i think having a certain mindset plays a reasonable part, for me anyway.