By the time I publish this post, our 1952 brick ranch on a busy Decatur corner will belong to someone else.
We have lived here for 12 years – longer than I have lived in any one place my entire life. We moved in with two cats, a toddler and a newborn and are leaving with two dogs, a teenager and an almost-teen.
I would be lying if I said that we never thought we’d move. We never really planned for this to be our “forever home.”
Continue reading “Love song for a little house”
I shared my love of Otter for transcribing recorded interviews. I haven’t tried recording directly in the app, yet. But many other journalists recommend it. Continue reading What are your favorite work apps?
It turns your cluttered hard-to-see Gmail labels in the sidebar into tabs above the Google-standard tabs along the top of the inbox just below the search bar. Continue reading Work + life hack: Get Gmail Tabs
A key challenge to building any affordable housing in Decatur is that the cost of land inside the city limits is now tops $1 million per acre. That, coupled with extremely high costs for labor and construction materials, makes it difficult to keep the finished product affordable to most metro residents. Continue reading Decatur’s affordable housing dilemma