Author: andrewodom

Testing our tolerance

I have a wonderful day job. I work at a computer for a number of hours but whilst there I handle my companies growing online social community as well as many functions of our website(s) and platforms. Part of my job though is to...

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The Tiny House market

As most, I was first made aware of the Tiny House movement by the work of Jay Shafer and his Tumbleweed Tiny Houses. If I am not mistaken I saw a short interview featuring Jay on the Oprah Winfrey show or something. No, I am not...

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Slavery comes in all shapes and sizes

It only takes one time of signing your name to become an indentured servant. It only takes a few more times to find yourself years in the hole. At 22 years old it took only one swipe of the pen to become yet another victim in...

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Why, you ask?

The first home I owned cost just at $52,000. For that price I got a 2-bedroom, 1-bath, fixer-upper that was on .35 acre in the middle of a post-war neighborhood in Norfolk, VA.  It was built in 1953. At the time my home was...

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