The Rust Belt, a Biodynamic Farm, and Other Places I’ve Lived

Where have you lived, Nicole Johns?

Places I’ve Lived: Ireland, My Grandmother’s, and A Place to Plant Roots

When the cab driver dropped me off at my new home, he warned me about the neighborhood. "Oh, no, love, you don’t want to live here," he said. "It’s not safe."

Places I’ve Lived: Upstairs, Downstairs, Wood Stairs, No Stairs

Moulton Hall, McMaster University, Hamilton ON, $1300/mo including tuition and food.

Housing 600 19 to 21 year old women, Moulton smelled like a lipgloss factory explosion. My roommate and I were lucky: the room was big enough to house four students, which it would do just a year later, and had two windows, one of which looked over a forest path.

Places I’ve Lived: Monsters, Dog Seizures, and Stolen Car Batteries

We have all lived in some places. Where have you lived, Rebecca Pederson?

Searching for a Dream Apartment But Finding Only Nightmares

Where have you lived, Zoe Daniels?

Places I’ve Lived: Open Concept Dorm, A Boyfriend’s House, and Screaming Neighbors

The first place I lived that wasn't my parents' home was an on-campus residence at Durham College. The first suite I was put in was open concept, which meant there was a 1.5-meter high by 1.5-meter wide dividing wall between two beds.

Places I’ve Lived: A Trailer, the Wilderness and Converted Storage Space

Granville Ave, "Fort Granville", Winston-Salem, N.C, $325/mo
That would be a lovely three-bedroom North Carolina house on a hill with a full wrap-around porch, porch swing included.

Places I’ve Lived: A Mugging, Parking Lot Brawls, and Fleas

We have all lived in some places. Where have you lived, Stefanie Christensen?

A Young Woman, From Providence to New York

Where have you lived, Jaime Green?

Places I’ve Lived: A Shelter, A Farm, and San Francisco

Where have you lived, Colleen Hubbard?

Places I’ve Lived: A Shoebox, A Stalker Incident and a Place with a Grill

My first apartment, rented during my junior year of college. Comparing it to a shoebox would be awfully cruel. For the shoebox.