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Cohousing Demystified
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October 15, 2013
EcoParent
Rendering of the soon to be built Belterra Cohousing project. Rendering by Peter Treuheit of Mobius Architecture

I am a juggler. I am an astounding juggler. I juggle my career, kid and home and still find time to volunteer. I’m not that different from many moms out there. I really stink at saying “no” to anything. It’s as though I think the number of hours in my day will actually expand to meet my need. Each morning, I start my day creating lists and I’m constantly thinking about the next thing on my to-do list. My husband recently noted that whenever there’s a lull in the conversation during dinner or something, I break it by going through the family schedule. Sound familiar?


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