Where else will I forget to change my address after I move?

My cat and I just moved in with my boyfriend. Aside from the one time I moved from one apartment to another in the same building, this has been the easiest move ever. But by far the biggest annoyance about the move is changing my address. There are so many places that I keep realizing that I need to tell about my address change. Some of them made the move feel ultra-official, and some of them seem pointless until they really bite you in the ass later…


My third life: Reinventing myself by moving to another city

In New York, one of the first questions asked when you meet someone is, "What borough are you from?" I quickly learned that I needed to "represent." At first, it felt weird trying to profess my pride for a place that I had only know through TV and movies, but as months passed, I felt less and less like a Clevelander and more like a Brooklynite. Unfortunately, after 14 years, the New York City that had I loved since childhood pretty much vanished in front of my eyes. ust as we were contemplating leaving, we got an offer to stay with his family in Greeley, Colorado…


What is "home" to you?

I'm in my 50s, and getting ready to move, again. As I look at new apartments, etc, I realized I am really looking for a place that feels like "home." But… I am having trouble visualizing what I'm actually looking for. Do you know what "home" is for you?