261- Polyamorous Homes

For the last few months, I’ve been searching for Home.

I’ve explored what it feels like to be in various communities, cities, and spaces – with a mixture of amenities, tools, and environments.

Along the way, I’ve kept in mind that Home needs to be a place that allows me to live, work, and learn at the highest level.

But I recently realized that Home doesn’t need to be a single place. It could be a collection of spaces that allows for learning, working, and living to happen in chunks rather than all simultaneously.

Perhaps the perfect relationship for Home & I to be in is not a monogamous one – but rather a polyamorous one.

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