Jumping off from my previous WWYD column, I woke up this morning to find a bunch of messages on Twitter from some fine folks discussing what percentage of their income they spend on rent.
A coastal community like The Rockaways would certainly be vulnerable when the next one comes around. How much sense does it make to rebuild everything?
The Stranger has a nice in-depth, 6,000-word story on the developers who are building affordable microhousing units in Seattle, and the residents who are fighting against it.
Sometimes you fall down an Internet rabbit hole, and that rabbit hole is about Japanese toilets.
I called my brother and told him I was thinking about living alone. "Really?" he responded. "I mean, I would never want to live alone, but I guess some people like it."
Thinking about buying your first home? Here's one couple's story about everything they had to go through, starting with the house hunt, going through the closing process, and finally hiring a general contractor to remodel their home.