I am a freelance writer writing an article for a newspaper about multigenerational living. I am looking for families in Victoria or NSW where 3 or 4 (or more?!) generations currently live under one roof.
If you currently live in a household with 3 or more generations (it doesn't have to be permanent - you might be renovating, saving to buy a house, separating from your partner etc) and are interested in being featured in an article I'd love to interview you (over the phone) to hear about the practicalities and benefits to living in a multigenerational household.
If you have any questions or would like to find out more please PM me,
Look forward to hearing from you,
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01-01-2013 19:14 #1Junior Member
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Do you have three or four generations living under one roof?
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