Tag Archives: organizing

A Circle of Experts

The National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM) has declared May 14-20, 2017 National Senior Move Managers Week. During this recognition week, NASMM and NASMM members around the US, Canada, United Kingdom and Australia will be promoting the value of Senior Move Management and Senior Move Managers’ commitment to assisting older adults and their families […]

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January, A Perfect Time to Make a Fresh Start

I don’t know about you, but every year around about January 1, I start getting the itch to reorganize and reduce my STUFF! What is it about the holidays that gives us that feeling of “whew, that’s over, time to take stock and simplify?” Maybe it’s the fact that many of us spend so much […]

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8 Simple Steps for Decluttering Your Home for a Fresh Start

I don’t know what it is, but it seems there is something about the beginning of a new year that causes us humans to want to reorganize.  The frantic holidays are behind us and all the paraphernalia that seem to fill our homes during that season, from decorations to wrapping paper, etc., are put away […]

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Don’t Just Declutter, De-Own!

tidying book

Conversation around the dinner table at a recent business meeting went something like this after Kandy & I shared a little bit about our business of assisting older folks and their families in sorting through, donating, consigning, packing and unpacking their belongings when they transition to either aging-in-place or to a different living situation: “Thankfully, […]

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Hoarding vs. Clutter

When is clutter actually hoarding?

Identifying the issue of too much stuff – Is it hoarding or clutter? Have you ever noticed how much “stuff” Americans tend to have? Post-World War II, American affluence climbed at amazing speed during the latter 20th Century; and today we live in one of the most affluent countries in the world. What to do […]

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