The Middle Class Privilege Of Storing Your Shit

Can we ever really be adults if we don’t have space for our American birthright, a rusty coffee cans full of nails?

I moved from Seattle to Portland for a lot of reasons. Less crowded, no Amazon workers and their Amazon dollars, and the particular joy that I, an Oregonian by birth, feel when I get to stay…

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I wrote that one thing you didn’t really agree with. Find my Substack about the wild history of mental health care: Crazy/Old.

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I wrote that one thing you didn’t really agree with. Find my Substack about the wild history of mental health care: Crazy/Old.

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