I have built three homes, two with my husband and one on my own.
Before you can start building, you need a piece of land that will accommodate the house you want to build.
- What kind of home do you want?
- How big or small and how much can you afford?
Included in that early decision making is asking where you want to live. What kind of community do you want to be a part of, and are there lots available to purchase?
“You think you’ve got problems – you should hear what happened to me last week…”
…And on and on it goes – we cannot wait to get together and share our stories of what new disaster we faced.
Life is ongoing problem solving.
And as much as we hate to have yet another unexpected intrusion in our well-laid plans, life would be pretty dull without them.
Problems of any kind demand some kind of resolution. Most decisions we make are so insignificant we rarely think about them, such as, what will I wear to work today? or, what shall I plan for dinner?
But others are more complicated and demand more thoughtful consideration. While symptoms keep us edgy and anxious, it may take a while to actually identify the problem that is creating those symptoms.