Mike: Nicole, earlier this week, Ester wrote about what's it worth for us to live alone. You and I live alone in our respective cities. Want to talk about how that happened?
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.
Normals are prioritizing their alone time, regardless of the cost.
After an entire young-adulthood spent in shared city townhomes with shared kitchens in which to blame messes on other people, you will move into your own apartment. Here are the things you learn, ever so abruptly.