I’m not a particularly outdoorsy person, but I have to admit that there’s something grounding (lol) about being outdoors, whether you’re out in the des…
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If the past year has taught us anything, it’s that humans can’t handle too much of the same thing. Whether it’s staying in the same place, staring into…
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Since going down the beach house rabbit hole, I’ve been filling every spare moment poring myself over books about Andrew Geller. So many things from hi…
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I haven’t been able to stop thinking about moving to be close to the sea since writing about the triangle house in the last issue. I am impatiently awa…
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I’m back! I took a couple of weeks off from writing and looking at real estate to focus on a big launch at work (I’m a designer at a new startup for th…
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When I moved into my house a couple of years ago, I wanted to know as much as possible about the house’s architect: Roger Lee. It surprised me how some…
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One of the stranger outcomes of quarantine for me has been realizing how much I love the Bay Area. When my job moved to remote, my friends started movi…
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Not to be dramatic, but I cried when the sun touched my skin for the first time in a very long time this week, and I don’t even live in a place touched…
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I felt like I hit a wall this week. Being cooped up for so long has made me feel a lot of emotions- mostly tired- but also this deep craving to do some…
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A new fantasy. No big, gross mansions required.
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To say that I’m always thinking about moving to Pittsburgh is… accurate. My mom raised me on a steady drip of the Steelers and Flashdance and constant …
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This year, I didn’t make any New Years resolutions. It felt like too much to try to commit to something for an entire year, when I can barely commit to…
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