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7/17/19 12:17 A

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I think the trend makes a lot of sense and benefits everyone. However, not everyone can have such a well planned home and it is a more stressful arrangement.

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3) fruit or veggie with each meal
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5) make someone smile


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7/16/19 5:20 P

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"...trend toward multigenerational housing. As Pew Research Center reported from census records in April 2018, a record 64 million Americans now live in multigenerational households. Thatís 20 percent or one in every five homes in the US where two or more generations of family members are living together. Itís not isolated to one racial group and crosses all age, sex, and ethnic backgrounds..."

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Also, see the NBC News piece Living Under One Roof at the end of the article.






Edited by: EDWARDS1411 at: 7/16/2019 (17:30)
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