The Truth About Decluttering and Downsizing

Chances are if you are like most Americans, you have more stuff than you need, want, or know what to do with. This is especially true if you have lived in the same house for over 25 years. So, if you are planning a future move or simply want to simplify life a bit, what do you do with all the excess? What makes it so essential to tackle this overwhelming mature life task? How do you take action? What are all of the options? Read more...

Downsizing to the community YOU want to be in

Preparing to downsize can be a difficult and/or stressful process. As we age, we begin to consider the possibility of downsizing. The truth is whether we have family and friends, or a company that specializes in downsizing it is still a chore for seniors both mentally and physically. It’s letting go of things, but giving yourself a fresh start. Read more...

Decluttering & Downsizing: Psychology Behind Letting Go

The house is too big. The yard has become unmanageable. Closets are filled to the brim. We haven’t been in the attic for decades. Despite all the signs that it’s time to simplify, many people struggle with letting go. For seniors, downsizing is the process of reducing clutter order to simplify day-to-day living and begin the process of possibly moving to a smaller home. Read more...
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