Last week Jordan and I were this. close. to renting an apartment that would have saved us $1100/month in rent. (Meanwhile, my friend in St. Louis points out that her entire mortgage is $1000/month... and here I am trying to reduce my rent by that amount.) Anyway, we didn't get it, because the landlord decided … Continue reading “I guess that wasn’t our apartment.”
My friend Colleen invited me to write something for her blog about leaving New York and then coming back to it. I jumped at the chance, thinking it was a simple story to tell. I was wrong. Read the article
They say you can't go home again. Reflections on moving back.
The battle to make time for self-care, even when things are topsy-turvy (...especially when things are topsy-turvy)
Tonight, as water gushed out of the ceiling of my parents' kitchen and living room, I hit my breaking point.
Just don’t do it. Shelter in place. Whatever dwelling you currently rent, own, or rent-to-own, stay there. Never give in to a bout of madness and decide that it is somehow logical to put all your belongings into boxes...