Sandy Wilbur Sandy Wilbur is a forensic musicologist, composer, producer, and author in New York City. She is the creator of three anthems with accompanying video documentaries for elementary-school students as part of her project “Learning History Through Music,” designed to inform American students, through music, about critical moments in their country’s history that still resonate so powerfully today. The anthems are “We the People,” about the Preamble to the Constitution; “She Still Carries a Torch,” about the Statue of Liberty and immigration, and “Four Score and Seven Years Ago,” about the Gettysburg Address and equality. Learn more at

Right-Sizing Comes in All Shapes and Sizes

By Sandy Wilbur
By Sandy Wilbur

"We discovered quickly that the real estate market in our farm area was deader than a doornail. Gorgeous places spent years on the market before being sold way below cost. So for the foreseeable future, selling and getting a smaller place didn’t look likely to happen. What to do?"

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