I didn’t have the resources to move out of my home, but I’d finally recovered the strength to transform it
I am not likely to become the victim of a home invasion crime, but what if letting my guard down just this once invites chaos into the place where I am supposed to feel at home?
I hoped hiring an organizer would force me to take it seriously.
I wanted to be easygoing and compromising, but I didn’t see a way to share a space with this particular, peculiar pet.
Our generation gap is a flight of stairs.
We didn’t hang any photos or art at first. I kept to the essentials as we waited to see how our lives would change shape after IVF.
My dog is just like me; his enemies are mine. And unfortunately, we’d made more than our fair share in our neighborhood.
Curbed’s Renovation Diary series is back! This year, a first-time homebuyer chronicles all the nitty-gritty of buying and remodeling a house in Ridgewood.
In this year’s installment of Curbed’s Renovation Diary series, a first-time home buyer goes from demolition to dream home in Queens.