What Is the Cost of Living in the DC Metro Area?

June 10, 2020

Are you considering moving to Washington DC? When you are thinking of moving anywhere, it is important to take into consideration the cost. When thinking of moving to Washington DC, there are plenty of factors to consider, and I’ve outlined a few of them to give you a realistic idea of what the cost of […]

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Living in Fear is an Oxymoron and Other Panic Room Stories

May 27, 2020

“How’s the real estate market been since the entire world has been turned upside down? You must be like, totally out of business.” Nope. Not at all. In fact, I’ve very insensitively (but jokingly) made the statement to anyone who will listen, “I’ve been so busy I haven’t even had time to enjoy the quarantine.” […]

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What a Pandemic Does to the DC Real Estate Market

April 20, 2020

A lot of people have been asking me how business is with the virus-that-shall-not-be-named looming over the world. There’s an interesting answer to this question, and one I wouldn’t have expected. First, some history. I started working for a Land Developer in Maryland in 2001. He was a crazy man but it was an awesome […]

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The Vaginas Keep Coming

April 12, 2020

Some of you may not need the services of a fantastic waxer. Consider yourself lucky. I, my friends, am descended from a long line of Greek ancestry and we’re used to spending a lot of time on hair removal. As we all know, most service businesses are taking a huge hit from forced closures due […]

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Move Over Chubs, Kindergarten Schoolwork is So Much Fun!

April 04, 2020

Friday, we were working through Chubs’s list of Kindergarten assignments. There was a reading exercise. First she had to listen to a book. Then she had to read her own book called “Let’s Be Friends,” and fill out a chart about what she knew, learned and wanted to know. When she wrote on her chart […]

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Home Schooling: Week One (& 1/2) Recap

April 02, 2020

“I’ll take “Overkill” for $400 please Alex.” Answer: 89 “Um…what is, the number of emails I received about ‘distance learning’ from Monday to Friday.” CORRECT! Peoples, I’m going to be the first one to admit, this didn’t go the way I expected at all. First, the good stuff. I sort of love having the kids […]

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