Monthly Archives: August 2011

How to install laminate flooring in the midst of disasters

I moved to my new Brooklyn space on Friday, August 26th and the next day the hurricane hit New York. If moving is stressful (they say it is the second most stressful human experience after losing a partner or intimate), … Continue reading

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Brooklyn vs. Manhattan

Could anything be good about Brooklyn? It is at least 30 minutes of unreliable subway ride away from the Navel of Universe (which is Manhattan, of course). There are no Whole Foods stores in Brooklyn so getting quality olive oil … Continue reading

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Biblical Rain vs. Secular Soul

You wonder why I get in marital troubles? I am overly optimistic and confident, that’s why! It concerns other things in my life, too, like – renting a new place. The floor is concrete covered with patches of something my … Continue reading

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On Love and Afterlove. Lasse’s Side of the Story.

Hi, this is not Signe, I am Lasse, Signes x-husband and I will write this piece with a heavy Swedish accent. Recently, here on this very spot, on 12 different posts, I have enjoyed reading my private memories from crucial … Continue reading

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Manhattan vs. Brooklyn

Every reasonable person would know not to marry their love interest only after two dates (in my case, I learned that from experience). It is a common sense. So, how come New York real estate makes you to commit to … Continue reading

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