In the eighties, I was a little kid who put together model buildings out of notebook paper and Scotch tape and spent days on end playing Monopoly with my best friend. What I've done over the last decade is pretty much the same thing. I began buying, renovating, and renting dozens of properties during Architecture school, where I mostly learned how to stay awake for six days straight. These days I'm slowly working my way through an eighty five year old house while taking care of a slew of rentals with a toddler (literally) strapped to my back. Sometimes I write about it here, but mostly I ramble.