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Episode 9: Let's Build Fuckery with Quida Chancey

May 24, 2019 Baroness Brée/ Quida Chancey Season 1 Episode 9
Fabulous F**kery
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Fabulous F**kery
Episode 9: Let's Build Fuckery with Quida Chancey
May 24, 2019 Season 1 Episode 9
Baroness Brée/ Quida Chancey

LaQuida Chancey was born in Manhattan and moved to Baltimore as a child, raised in Baltimore County with her parents and 2 younger sisters. LaQuida graduated from Western Tech in Catonsville and after high school attended Spelman College in Atlanta, GA.  She graduated in 2004, with a B.S. in Computer Science and mathematics minor and moved back to Baltimore in 2006 and purchased a home in East Baltimore in 2009.

In 2014, she begin investing in the Baltimore Real Estate Market and Xavier Estates, LLC was formed. As a developer who focuses on affordability and first time home buyers, it didn't seem to be enough to make an impact just focusing on those two things. Her desire was to get into the business of RE to create more black homeowners, and that really wasn't happening as quickly or as easily as planned.

Admittedly, she is obsessed with tiny homes and designed a few with affordable housing in mind because by definition they can be an affordable housing solution. Throughout the years, she has always volunteered with organizations that focused on homelessness advocacy like United Way, #HashtagLunchBag Baltimore ,Save our Village Baltimore, and participated in a multitude of local events.  That exposure has allowed for countless conversations and brainstorming sessions over the years. Taking those conversations and ideas one step further, Smalltimore Homes was founded in February 2018 and by April it had received 501(c)(3) status. 

After witnessing many of the tent encampments around Baltimore were being cut off from public access and realizing that whole communities were being dismantled was really the key factor in forming the nonprofit. Ending the tent encampments doesn’t solve homelessness, it satisfies the public perception. LaQuida has been working with the homeless population for many years now, but until recently, shel believes there is an actual war on homelessness. In a city like Baltimore where red-lining was created, it’s shocking that 4 of 5 homeless people in Baltimore are black.

After researching a number of tiny home communities on the west coast like - Opportunity Village, Emerald Village and Cottage Village, it was obvious that she could do more here using those models because they are thriving and sustaining communities in some cases for over 10 years. Chancey believes that hard part is done and we just need to tweak the blueprint to fit Baltimore. The idea is that Smalltimore Homes’ tiny home & micro shelter communities could address Baltimore blight and vacancies by deconstructing/disassembling those properties first, dispose of debris, anything hazardous, and keep what is salvageable and safe to rebuild. There are thousands and thousands of properties to choose from, and several deconstruction companies in Baltimore like ARC and Details Deconstruct. She believes it has the potential to be a very successful model for transitional tiny home communities with the potential to grow into an entire eco-system that creates a stronger Baltimore.

Find LaQuida Chancey -  IG: @SmalltimoreHomesdotorg Website: smalltimorehomes.org

Support the show (http://patreon.com/BaronessBree)

Show Notes Transcript

LaQuida Chancey was born in Manhattan and moved to Baltimore as a child, raised in Baltimore County with her parents and 2 younger sisters. LaQuida graduated from Western Tech in Catonsville and after high school attended Spelman College in Atlanta, GA.  She graduated in 2004, with a B.S. in Computer Science and mathematics minor and moved back to Baltimore in 2006 and purchased a home in East Baltimore in 2009.

In 2014, she begin investing in the Baltimore Real Estate Market and Xavier Estates, LLC was formed. As a developer who focuses on affordability and first time home buyers, it didn't seem to be enough to make an impact just focusing on those two things. Her desire was to get into the business of RE to create more black homeowners, and that really wasn't happening as quickly or as easily as planned.

Admittedly, she is obsessed with tiny homes and designed a few with affordable housing in mind because by definition they can be an affordable housing solution. Throughout the years, she has always volunteered with organizations that focused on homelessness advocacy like United Way, #HashtagLunchBag Baltimore ,Save our Village Baltimore, and participated in a multitude of local events.  That exposure has allowed for countless conversations and brainstorming sessions over the years. Taking those conversations and ideas one step further, Smalltimore Homes was founded in February 2018 and by April it had received 501(c)(3) status. 

After witnessing many of the tent encampments around Baltimore were being cut off from public access and realizing that whole communities were being dismantled was really the key factor in forming the nonprofit. Ending the tent encampments doesn’t solve homelessness, it satisfies the public perception. LaQuida has been working with the homeless population for many years now, but until recently, shel believes there is an actual war on homelessness. In a city like Baltimore where red-lining was created, it’s shocking that 4 of 5 homeless people in Baltimore are black.

After researching a number of tiny home communities on the west coast like - Opportunity Village, Emerald Village and Cottage Village, it was obvious that she could do more here using those models because they are thriving and sustaining communities in some cases for over 10 years. Chancey believes that hard part is done and we just need to tweak the blueprint to fit Baltimore. The idea is that Smalltimore Homes’ tiny home & micro shelter communities could address Baltimore blight and vacancies by deconstructing/disassembling those properties first, dispose of debris, anything hazardous, and keep what is salvageable and safe to rebuild. There are thousands and thousands of properties to choose from, and several deconstruction companies in Baltimore like ARC and Details Deconstruct. She believes it has the potential to be a very successful model for transitional tiny home communities with the potential to grow into an entire eco-system that creates a stronger Baltimore.

Find LaQuida Chancey -  IG: @SmalltimoreHomesdotorg Website: smalltimorehomes.org

Support the show (http://patreon.com/BaronessBree)

spk_1:   0:14
Hello. Welcome to fabulous Hungary. I'm your host. Fairness free. Where does our gold toe always emerge? In spite of Hello, everyone. It's Bree. I'm here with liquid. A chancy of small till more homes. Welcome. Thank you for having me. Very well. Can you tell us about what small tomb or is?

spk_0:   0:37
Yes. Um, small tomorrow. Holmes is an affordable housing nonprofit. We were founded in February 2018. So just had our first year of service. And essentially, we want to eradicate homelessness. We build micro shelters every month with volunteers at the Community Tool Bank in Baltimore. Um, like I said, we do that every month. So the next build will be June 29th. And then after that July 29th I believe

spk_1:   1:11
it's a weekend clarity. We could come out, help build. Yes. Come

spk_0:   1:15
out, sign up on the website. Small, two more home start, or just so that we can make sure we have enough tools and materials for everybody to participate. But, yeah, every month we do that with volunteers, we build these micro shelters, and essentially, we wanna put these micro shelters out like a tiny home and get people off the street.

spk_1:   1:37
Now, how many have you built so

spk_0:   1:38
far? So far, we've built three. Um, we have funding, though, for up to 15. Okay, So as soon as I can find a permanent placement for the micro shelters out, ramp up how frequently were building and how quickly we move in Such like that.

spk_1:   1:55
Okay, So you are doing this. Have you partnered with any particular homeless shelter? How do people get selected to move into the

spk_0:   2:03
homes? So I would partner with either health care for the homeless Moorhouse of Ruth or Catholic Charities? There are tons of homelessness initiatives right there in Baltimore. But right now, I'm in contact with them. But we haven't formed an official partnership until I've found a permanent placement for the shelters. Right now, if I would've put them out, they are considered illegal structures, and I could be fined. Oh, so, yes, I'm advocating for them to become legal in for zoning to create an exception because there are 4000 people that sleep on the street every night. That's pretty ridiculous, considering we have almost 20,000 vacants in Baltimore. It's like, What are we doing?

spk_1:   2:50
Wiccan. Regular people listening today. What can they do

spk_0:   2:53
to help? Ok, they can come and volunteer with us every other month. We have a different fundraiser activity for the month of June. I'm doing way more than I've ever did. Um and so we're doing a 30 days of thanks. And basically, in the past, I've had different supporters donate gift cards and such, and those gift cards. We're gonna be raffled off so you can purchase a raffle ticket on the website. You can come and volunteer. You can flat out donate. You can sponsor a shelter. They are $1250. Um and that includes all the materials and outfit for the person who was awarded the shelter to go and interview in, what a proof book bag waterproof sleeping bag. Although Coach Mozz of what we consider, you know, normal life

spk_1:   3:50
nice. Okay, So you are thinking through the whole

spk_0:   3:53
process, I am doing my best to think through the whole progress.

spk_1:   3:57
Okay, So in addition to small Tour Holmes, you're also a real estate investor realtor. A little bit of everything do so.

spk_0:   4:06
I'm not exactly a realtor. I do work with a lot of different real estate, a Jing's and I got started by using my retirement fund to purchase property. So instead of investing in stocks or whatever else it is that most people do invest in, I, um, free directed my for a one cape money to a self directed ira. And I've been doing that in Baltimore for about five years now and, you know, not officially, but I teach other people how to do that. And I'm thinking of doing it on a more consistent basis. I do feel like we need to create more generational wealth. Yes, ma'am. Our community.

spk_1:   4:49
Yes. So wait. So in addition to this, I'm just saying, cause you doing a little bit of everything. You do so much. You do so much. So, um, liquid and I went to school together, and we have known each other for a long time. We won't say how many years but many decades, and it is. I'm so proud of you watching your progression, cause you know, you wanted to go on, venture out and go to Spelman and, you know, leave home. Yeah, and you know faras possible. How do you think your travels in? Because you travel your frequent traveler. How do you think your travels have helped to form what you're doing right now? It's multiple here. Um, so

spk_0:   5:26
that's the interest. Very interesting question. I remember when I did graduate like there were girls who were getting homes as a graduation gift. Okay? And that's me. Blew my mind. Like at that moment, my parents hadn't on the home. Um, you know, I hadn't owned a home. And then when it came down to it, I ended up buying my first house before my parents bought theirs. So the fact that girls were being gifted homes to me was just like, Oh, my God. How did that happen? I need to learn more. So I did start, um, being interested in real estate in Atlanta. Nothing really popped off at the time. At one time or two, I was looking to buy an Atlanta, but you know, the way life has it, I ended up moving back home with my family and being around so many well off, you know, black people, I think changed my mindset into that whole generational wealth and understanding how to make your money work for you and things of that nature. So, um, and then in my finds, starting by investing in Baltimore, I was very intentional about I want to create for some home buyers that looked like me. So there were no bidding wars. It was first come, first served. I'm not gonna price out of the market just because you can give 20,000 and this other person couldn't. So again, first time, you know, first time home buyers. Most of them end up being young. And I was very intentional with that in my real estate. So I jokingly say that it was more or less a hobby because it wasn't for the money it was to build, you know? Well, and then small. Two more came out of that because so many of us don't understand, You know, financial fitness, financial, wellness And how, like I said to make your money work for you like everybody. Every company, for the most part, offers a 401 K. If you are going to invest at the very least, start with the matching amount. Like if your company is going to match, you match them. Yes, ma'am. Year. And with me, I'm not the most loyal employees. So I'm again really intentional. I always next out my 401 K. Chances are I'm not in a state with a company much more than three years. And then when I leave, that's, you know, upwards of 40 plus K. And I can use that to continue to invest in my business.

spk_1:   7:57
That is a smart way to do that. So he told you not to buy purses, investing my 41 cam, saying, If you do

spk_0:   8:04
buy purses, make sure that you are also investing or smart about it in, you know, acquire assets to pay for your liabilities.

spk_1:   8:14
The way my son and that discussed it was he's not wearing my weeks. Okay, So when he leave when I leave this earth, yeah, I need to leave him more than a way. Yes, absence and Gucci shoes. So, you know, we have to fix a priority because what looks good on Instagram don't look good in your pocket all the time. We have to match what we look like with what we carrying in a person. Absolutely, absolutely. And chances are if you look like a lot of money, you might

spk_0:   8:42
not have a lot of money in your bank account, and I wish the perception of that would change as well.

spk_1:   8:48
Yes, ma'am. So you ready to do your world undertaking of change in the girl's world? Yes. I'm I'm trying. You know, I'm just sitting here thinking like I'm listening to what you're saying. And so many people of all age groups, you can use financial fitness for financial literacy. Do you have any suggestions on someone who's listening today? Who may wanna just say I want to learn something with U S.

spk_0:   9:09
Oh, um, interesting. You should ask. I'm starting free 101 shops in Baltimore for investment 101 getting involved in real estate 101 things of that nature. I'll put the information up on small two more homes, that order. But I would suggest start by reading a book like If I'm No. Everybody has heard of Rich Dad. Poor dad agreed, but it puts everything in like layman's terms and then from rich dad, poor, dead. You can figure out what it is that you want to do with your you know, with yourself or with your funds, and, you know, kind of grow out from there. And Robert Kiyosaki has an entire, like, plethora of book. So, you know, find which one suits you the best and start there.

spk_1:   9:55
So with everything you're doing, fabulous Factory is also about self care and wellness and what you're doing to keep yourself together. You told me about all these lines and income. Multiple streams of lifestyle foolishness you got going on. What are you doing to keep yourself healthy? What are you doing to keep yourself saying

spk_0:   10:12
right? So I didn't know this about myself until somebody like put it in layman's terms. But I don't have a problem with telling people No. Okay, So if I am not gonna come to your party, I'll be honest. You like? No, I'm not gonna be there.

spk_1:   10:25
But he always had good, healthy boundaries. Yes, yes, I have absolutely healthy

spk_0:   10:30
boundaries. I like to get my nails done. I'd like to get you know, all those things I don't however, like, spend that much money on my hair. You know, that's something I do myself, But I do like to be pampered. Um, and I I'm learning to get more rest. And, like I'm learning to get better at at least taking naps even if I get an idea 2 30 in the morning and I start sketching. And then I realized, Oh, my God, it's seven o'clock. I have to work

spk_1:   11:01
this man

spk_0:   11:02
like I'm getting better at catching those catnaps and making sure that my relationships are healthy and not to sound selfish, but that they suit me and that they're not draining of me or my time, you

spk_1:   11:17
know? Trust me. I understand. It's nothing like doing something out of obligation versus will. Yeah, And you're talking to someone you like. Okay, I agreed to do this. And I was like, Girl, Yes. Why am I here? You know, and really want me. So you know, And we have to make sure some things we should do for people, not because it is about us. And I want to say that as well. Sometimes we have to give back and do take care of. People have taken care of us. But at the same time, we have to be able to find violence. Could, you know, we saw, you know, we all got different. Yes, there's a friend or family member tells us family Yeah, you know, So we have to be able to create those boundaries, you know, good for you. Because I can't tell you how many people I have spoken with. And you're like, Oh, I don't know what self can it looks like for me, and so I'm looking into what our next level is here. So it's like, OK, people don't know what to do for self care. So I have some products will be coming out in this couple months. Talk about, you know, Did you know some video, Siri's or howto breathing exercises and meditations? And I'm not. I'm certified, but I do have people I can partner with that. Are you? Yeah, but this the thing.

spk_0:   12:27
You don't have to be certified to know what works for you. Right? Because what works for you just might work for somebody else. That is that I think that sharing that information is important regardless of certifications and license.

spk_1:   12:39
That is shrewd. Also, I'm learning to that Maybe this idea that woke me up at three o'clock in the morning isn't my idea to carry. Maybe it's not a divided a birth, right? So I'm like, I cannot work with. I can't tell you how many people in my diems on Instagram probably think I'm crazy because I've woken up with an entire business plan for a product. Yes, entirely. Who is this lady? What does she want? But the same time I've had people reach out to me was I got new logos or I have this and I'm like, What do you want for that in there? Like nothing, right? What do you mean you want nothing? That's not how America works. Yeah, and but it is a cat. But I think with this whole new level of creatives, you have creatives that didn't realize people who had their don't identify as creative. They're just like I'm a business. Yes, you are. But you're creating. You're creating creative business ideas. Yeah, and your book is a creative idea. I don't care how logical it is, right? You're putting pen to paper and burning something and have a lot of people this year they have books coming out. I'm so excited for them. And one day I will finish one of the many projects that are in my head. It's like, you know, how do you put like with you saying You sketch something out. When do you know it's a good, viable idea? And when do you know it's It's time to throw it back in the trash, right? Right, so that that part

spk_0:   13:49
is hard. But I've found that I obsess over things and I'll write down the business plan and expand and expand and expand and expand. And when I'm totally comfortable with it, ALF out bouncing it off of different people like, Hey, I was thinking about this thing when really I have the whole damn business plan, you know what I mean? But have kind of a conversation about it. Like, do you know anybody that would be interested and investment classes? Or sometimes it's happened by mistake. Like when I first got started it a few people reached out like,

spk_1:   14:20
Oh, you got your first, how it's really quick. How did you do it? Talk to me

spk_0:   14:24
about it. And essentially I coached three people just as a novice, you know, and you know, five years later, I still consider myself a novice because there's people who have been in, you know, real estate as long as I've been a lot, but I do believe that it's something that I can share with other people.

spk_1:   14:41
I think it's excellent that you're taking the time to teach people. Yeah, because how many people like, Don't

spk_0:   14:47
worry about how I got

spk_1:   14:48
it. Get like me. Yeah. You know, you just like you say. Oh, your eyelashes. A pretty What kind of mascara is that? Why you asking? Right? So, you know, I don't know what it is and we have to do better in our communities and being able to say to someone. So, you know, some mugger wouldn't even tell me you know who did her nails. And you're giving people financial tips on how to buy houses. That's a huge deal, right? We have got to release that. This is for me. No one else can know.

spk_0:   15:13
And although crabs don't belong in a barrel because then crab in a barrel mentality. But I've realized like I have been what I consider myself a professional volunteer forever. Why not always help organizations?

spk_1:   15:28
Listen, I'm thinking balance here. I'm thinking Girl Scouts, man. They had us work. Wake of walk, talking friends with people, right? So with that

spk_0:   15:39
mindset, though, like me keeping all that information to myself on Lee benefits me. And if I want bolts more to change, I wanna, you know, across the scale. I have to share this information because not everybody likes to read. I mean, me personally, I actually don't. Everything is on audiobook.

spk_1:   15:57
That's besides the point. You're still getting the data getting the information, and some people don't want to listen to

spk_0:   16:03
pull. Don't wanna listen to books. They'd rather do a podcast. So their final podcast that, you know, has that financial, um aspect. Yes, ma'am, You. Yeah,

spk_1:   16:12
it's crazy to me, because right now, people like, Oh, you're podcasting and it's like, Okay, cool. It's like, Oh, someone else's podcasting. Okay, It's 1,300,000 podcasts up there. Congratulations to everyone. There's enough light for everyone to do all of everything. And so it's like, Okay, how did this person do this? I just want to do that. Ask them, right? And if they don't want to give up the goods as someone tonight, and so you know where we have to be able to say this is what would I have? People who have along the book groups and I like you read it. You listen to the book on Audible On Time again by Amazon track where I am ineligible eso when I go to open the book, I'm right where I wasn't a chapter and I can leave notes in the like

spk_0:   16:53
everything. So one thing I will mention if people are finding that they can't find a mentor. I haven't used their service, but there's an organization called Score, Huh s C o R E scored that, or they give free mentor ships a CZ. Far as I know, you don't have to be a nonprofit, so I listened to their podcast. Haven't reached out to them yet, which I will, but like there's always somebody that's willing to help you, like in any way, shape or form to meet up dot com, go to one of the group's hear what people are talking about. If it's not a bad fit, go to the next one on the list.

spk_1:   17:31
You just mentioned when I was gonna say like going to the networking organization is going to meet up that warg um, going on Facebook and joining over and um, community and share with the people are about. Sometimes you connect with people locally and internationally. I have no problem hopping on a zoom call with somebody in Paris. Yes, to learn something different. Because all this technology, it's no reason why we shouldn't have the knowledge. And I am not paying $100 a month for phone, just like pictures on Instagram. We have got to know that you don't know what you think about it. Like if you're like I'm not motivated, I'm not motivated by what you doing. Now I am watching the insta videos of somebody I should have blocked a long time ago, you know, So, you know, envious of the lifestyle, that it's probably fake anyone. And it's not even about that. It's just Is this the best use of my time? Yeah, worried as a person who does social media, you know, it's like, how do I automate this? So I don't have to look at this app until it tells me something went wrong. And, you know, some great programs automate social media, and I'm almost to the point where I'm about to buy a bike, Um, so that people come from replied to the message is automatically if they haven't Tellem bots. I use it. Definitely doing well already. Use it for my Facebook page. So if you send me a message, I'm sorry if I see the messages, but to buy answers first. But I mean, but it saves. Saves me eight hours out my day. Most of the time, I

spk_0:   18:51
feel time is important. That someone thing you could never get that.

spk_1:   18:54
And most times, like some dude from eight years ago. I just wanted to see how you were doing. You know, I seen you in a minute. So you know, you're not you know you know it. There are some. There's some partnership. Opportunity is happening in the D. M. S way. Always talk about the diem's being a thirst trap, But there's opportunities for growth. Yeah, and we have to stop thinking that every do try and talk to us is trying to just get the Drollas right. He may actually have a business plan, or it could be both sides. And then you can make that I like, regardless, you know, you easy on Isis. Whatever. Hang investable. Yeah. You want to help me publish this book? Hello. That's another

spk_0:   19:39
thing like I'm really interested in doing a ted talk as well is publishing a book. So one day someday I'm gonna talk to you about

spk_1:   19:47
You know what? When I tell you that this area I know a lot of people have given Ted talks, they do it at the Festa Tyson's. Why's there? No Ted, talk Baltimore. I don't No way we have to talk about. But there's some ideas for growth. Just we just had just brainstorming. And if you get a group of women with good sense and now that everybody has a different like some people do make up, some people do investing. Some people are writers. I think what we do is we tend to pigeonhole ourselves with I'm an investor. I only hang with investors, right. And you need to be able to be in every verbally. And you should be able to go to the barber shop until somebody your idea and you may get somebody to barter barbershop. Yeah, the nail salon. I've met a lot of my new favorite people with the nail salon. You know, you get take a glass of champagne, he start talking about your life and diss ideas flow, and it's just it's too many opportunities. But so you said your next big event is win.

spk_0:   20:47
So we are going to do the first investment. 101 Next Wednesday, I believe in the evening 6 30 at Old Major in Baltimore. It's in Pigtown. I'll put the information on my instagram, which is small tomorrow, homes that or as well as the website, which is small tomorrow, Holmes, that'll

spk_1:   21:11
just sending your graphics. I'll repost. Um, it will amplify that crap will get it out there. And, um, like the

spk_0:   21:19
audacious goals a legit want to create, like an investment club that can buy a block like there's so much vacant and abandoned. This involves more, and we need to put the value back in Baltimore so that, you know, much circulates to the schools. And, you know, we're no longer at that 50 60% graduation rate. But, you know, big audacious.

spk_1:   21:41
Well, no, But see, then you're talking about that, and it makes me think about how many people just became aware of Nipsey Hustle. Yeah, So I didn't I'm old. I didn't know who he was, but I've seen some of the work that he had done. But I've made it a point. To listen to some of his interviews do was deepest, so smart. It's so smart. And so now I hear all these guys either telling me that what I'm eating doesn't have anything do with Dr Sadie's food rules or, you know, um, they want to talk about buying back the block. And I'm like, Well, what are we doing about the black? Yeah, well, nips, he said. And I'm like, Okay, cool. So if you live in, listen to Nipsey, what's the next steps, right? You know less,

spk_0:   22:16
right? How do we move?

spk_1:   22:17
How do we move forward? How do we grow our own communities? And you know, I'm so I'm so upset that he's gone. So see, But we have that knowledge just like Pocket Office's knowledge is Biggie left is their knowledge. What are we gonna do to grow our neighborhood to grow up hop pockets? I really think that being a big baby yeah, he you know him and puff like they motivated us to get out here and get money. There's still some of my you know, my hustle move music when I'm doing some stuff last minute. So I think every generation has that artists like the he's he's got a whole generation. What are they now? So we got like, I'm like a borderline millennial? Yeah. Border lies, eeny owns. Yeah, And then my appointment. So is millennials. Xenia ls. And then I don't remember what my dad says. Jen's easy saying something like that. And so I was like, Listen, all of us want the same thing. We want growth. We want happiness. We want money. We want to be secure no matter what it looks like, right? We have to have people we have. I think Instagram is such an amazing tool. Oh, yeah, But we have to figure out what's next. Right after instagram, right? And if Instagram disappears like, just think about when it's down for a little while. But I can't tell you what they have for lunch. What are we doing to build our own brands? Right, So I can say, Hey, you can find me a fabulous factory dot com. Right? But all my stuff goes back to Instagram. Yeah, so we have to build our brains and make sure we own our content. Yes, big big, big, fast. So you don't like youtubed? It goes down tomorrow. There's a lot of influence is they're gonna go hungry. Yeah. So we have to make sure you have real products in multiple streams of income. You have to get those dollars all of the above. So now give me your handle for your social media accounts.

spk_0:   24:00
Okay, That is small to more homes dot org's so that small with two l's t i m o r e d o T o r g Smaltz More bones that work on It's the same on Facebook. But instead of d o t be spelled out, it's an actual back.

spk_1:   24:20
Facebook allows you to do that on my website up. So you will have you'll be linked on the website will have all your information. I go back and you show No, this is over. So everything we talked about, I'll find all the links and like a new link today. So But we'll find it and we'll get it on the website. And thank you so much for coming and telling us about your journey. I'm so happy I got to see you guys. If you have any questions you know, you can hit me up. Instagram Facebook, Twitter at Fabulous factory or at Baroness Bree, I look forward to 10 and then with all you guys soon please send me messages and please subscribe. And listen, just share with a friend and see you next episode.