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Keep Calm and Carry On

 Posted by Renee Anderson on July 12, 2019 at 9:40 AM
 There are rumors, that individuals and families, actually plan where Mom or Dad can get more care than on their own, and have an orderly process to get there. From my experience in my own family that idea seems as likely as riding to work on a unicorn.  For us, there was much talk, even more balk, until something happened that created a panic of immediate need. At such times it is the ultimate "Deer in the headlights" moment. Everythin...

It Is Best to Not Try To Stumble Through The Dark.

 Posted by Renee Anderson on June 14, 2019 at 10:23 AM
 Too often, when you face the need to move to where you can get more care, it feels like your world started spinning at warp speed. In my own family each time, with my in-laws, mom and uncle things became necessary to make quick decisions. It required trying to figure out how, where, what, we were going to do. We knew when, it had to happen NOW. We knew why, because the current situation was no longer safe for them.  This then requ...

Have You Ever Thought About Long-Term Care?

 Posted by Renee Anderson on May 13, 2019 at 4:51 PM
(Today we have a guest blogger, Ronald A. Wright, of Wright & Associates Attorneys at Law.)    Planning makes a difference. I can’t begin to tell you how many times I have told a new client: “Make sure you have a Durable Power of Attorney and secondly plan out your long term care needs.”    I have heard from several sources that 70% of those reaching 65 years of age will spend some time during their lifetime in a l...

Are You Ready to Relocate? How to Prepare

 Posted by Renee Anderson on May 7, 2019 at 12:30 PM
You’ve decided to move, have chosen a new place and are excited to get ready for what’s next. The hardest part for many people is getting started on what that move looks like after you’ve found your new residence.

Moving can be both a physical and psychological process. From furniture pieces and photos that hold memories, to deciding what to purge, to the labor it takes to move each item, a plan can help simplify the moving process for anyone.

Retail vs. Resale: The Best Items to Buy In May

 Posted by Renee Anderson on May 7, 2019 at 12:20 PM
Spring blossoms preparing for summer in May. Sales are in full bloom too with the Memorial Day holiday on the horizon. May is a spectacular time to purchase a range of products like new furniture, appliances and clothing since its perfectly sandwiched between the end of spring and the start of summer.

Moving Tips for New Renters

 Posted by Renee Anderson on May 7, 2019 at 12:01 PM

See helpful moving tips for new renters that can save you time and money (and perhaps even preserve friendships). By asking questions, learning the facts, shopping around, making lists, packing carefully and planning early, you’ll be in a great position come moving day. And you’ll be in a better frame of mind to enjoy the days that follow.

I Can't Think About That Now, I'll Think About it Tomorrow!"

 Posted by Renee Anderson on April 12, 2019 at 3:40 PM
 Like poor Scarlett O'Hara, far too often the very thought of making a move, especially one where we are right sizing our lives out of our long-time family home, is simply too overwhelming to face. We want to put it off, think about it tomorrow, avoiding the stress of even thinking about it much less actually doing it. Unfortunately, this has a strong tendency to increase the price we must pay in stress, money, and frustration.  By...

Retail vs. Resale: The Best Items to Buy in April

 Posted by Renee Anderson on April 9, 2019 at 8:30 AM
Spring is in full swing! April is perfect for shopping for deals related to warmer weather, spring events, and spring cleaning. Savings expert Kristin McGrath suggests April is “the bridge between spring and summer, meaning there are plenty of smart buys to make as the seasons change.” 

Decluttering Room by Room: 10 Things to Get Rid of in Each Room

 Posted by Renee Anderson on April 9, 2019 at 8:10 AM
Clutter can quickly sneak into every room of your home. Each room should have designated spaces for everything that belongs in the room. We have tips to help you decide what should stay and what should go in your bedrooms, the living room, as well as the kitchen and dining room.

Don't Go It Alone!

 Posted by Renee Anderson on March 13, 2019 at 2:22 PM
 It is said, the move when a senior right sizes their lives from their long time home to one where more of their needs are met, is nearly as stressful as the loss of a family member. It is disrupting their lives, adding that most dreaded thing, change, into their lives. When that time comes please do yourself, and your entire family, a huge favor and seek out professional guidance. There is so much to this new world that most of us have no i...
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