You Have to Idiot Proof Before You Baby Proof

September 27, 2013

My life pretty much ended when the Pharmacies started putting those ridiculous Fort Knox inspired lids on prescription bottles. Just because some stupid baby somewhere tried to commit an early suicide, the rest of us have to suffer. I have always hated baby-proofed houses because that means they’re also pretty much adult-proofed as well.  I […]

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Jump in Every Puddle

September 26, 2013

The Little Pirate and I went for a walk this afternoon with one of the two best little corgi’s we know. Instead of putting the Pirate in her stroller, I decided to let her walk. She’s doing quite well, and it helps get some of her energy out so she doesn’t start slaughtering her toys. […]

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Building a House 101: Understand the Players

September 24, 2013

Also published on the Huffington Post “I want to build a house.” Famous last words. But I hear it in D.C. because the supply of existing homes is so weak. Someone may pass a patch of vacant land on their way to work every day and wonder, “Could I build a house there?” Or they […]

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DC Real Estate Market Update: Heating Up With Summer?

May 01, 2013

Also published on the Huffington Post The calls are starting to sound the same. It’s becoming impossible to differentiate one buyer from the next when the phone rings. You can hear the optimism and excitement when they begin.“I am in front of a house at ___ address, can you tell me about it?” Sure, I […]

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Summer 2012: State of the DC Real Estate Market

August 21, 2012

Also published on the Huffington Post The market is hot again in D.C. and surrounding areas. But is this a good thing? As a real estate agent, I can never de-slime the sentence, “This will sell fast.” It feels very 2004 — when a majority of the professionals in real estate, and I use the […]

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