Goats, houses and grandpa's stacks of cash


This week on Tapestry: homes, housing, and wealth. The self-made myth: Forbes magazine declared Kylie Jenner as the first self-made billionaire ... and the internet blew up. How could Kylie Jenner, scion of the Kardashian clan, really be considered "self-made"? Harper's Bazaar online contributor Jen Doll tells us why we need to talk about where wealth comes from and the advantages it gives people. A guilty purchase: Niki Andresen ended up with a home in Victoria she never expected to have, thanks to a surprise financial gift from her family. Andresen says while she's grateful for the apartment, she can't help but feel like she cheated - that if life were fair, she'd really have to work for that home. Home on the range: A drug overdose left Brendon Meister with a serious brain injury. Following the incident, Meister left Toronto to live with his family in Kentville, N.S. Slowly, with his family's help, his health started to recover. More difficult, however, was finding a new purpose in life. That came when he discovered goat farming. Mary-Catherine McIntosh brings us of the0 story of this 29-year-old goat farmer.

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