Home Is Where The Heart Is, And Also The Collateral
Ester Bloom

I rent, and while I would certainly not pick my apartment out of all the ones in town, it has many advantages. It is cheap, it is well-located, and it is owned by one of my closest friends who charges me a very low rent. I used to care much more about loving my apartment but now that between work and personal life I am gone 40–50% of the time, I find that’s not as important to me as it used to be.

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