As soon as Barbara got back to Seattle, she wanted to start packing right away. However, with her memory issues, it didn’t go well.
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Emmy sounded thoroughly frazzled when Katie first talked to her. “My mother fell in her bathroom and laid there unconscious for three days!” Emmy and her mother, Jane, (not their real names) had been arguing about the level of clutter in Jane’s home for years. Now it was no longer a hypothetical problem; Jane had […]
What a pain in the neck! There you are trying to cope with having everything you own in life tumbled into unfamiliarity, and some trivial thing like a key vanishes. The movers have just finished unloading the truck, you need to pay them, you need your checkbook.
The process of researching and touring retirement homes and communities can be a daunting process, particularly when a health crisis requires that decisions must be made quickly.
Moving out of a life-long home can be a hugely emotional experience. Well meaning family members and friends want to offer comfort, but sometimes they say exactly the wrong thing. Here are the top three worst responses to, “I’m going to miss this home, I feel so sad.”
Planning to downsize and feeling overwhelmed? Wondering where to start and how to safely sell the things that you don’t want to move with you? Tame the project with this free seminar…