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Deciding When to Help Your Parents Declutter

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on July 13, 2021 at 2:30 PM
Caring for your family can bring joy to your life. If you are caring for your parents and children, this can become complex. As your parents age, their needs and abilities change. If you’ve started to consider the next best move for Mom, Dad or another senior loved one, we have guidance on trigger moments that signify it may be time to talk about a plan. We have a list of significant changes that could indicate your parents may currently or soon need additional support.

Sandwiched Between Stuff: Combating Clutter

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on July 13, 2021 at 2:00 PM

A healthy home is important for any family. If you are a Sandwich Gen Caregiver that could include your children and parents too. Clutter-free homes are healthy environments that make it easier for each member of your household to be the best version of themselves. Many caregivers feel a burden to clear everything at once but keeping your space clear and clutter free could be a small task you do daily, weekly, or monthly if you are caring for parents or an older loved one.

Signs It’s Time to Rightsize

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on May 5, 2020 at 10:00 AM

Is it time to move to a larger or smaller space? Whether choosing to move now or later, you should start asking the right questions today. Read more to help you evaluate relocating, map out the list of benefits you wish to gain, and what you’d prefer to leave behind in your current space.

Moving the Clutter Before the Move

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on April 27, 2020 at 11:20 AM

Moving day can be stressful and planning can help alleviate that stress. There are many things to do before the actual moving day that will set the plan in place for a stress-free move. Decluttering, clean-outs and liquidation of assets to earn money to offset the cost of the move are all part of a great move plan.

Reduce Clutter, Reduce Stress

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on April 20, 2020 at 11:30 AM

Social Distancing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, has a lot of people stressed out. Normally, when we think of stress, we usually assume it’s caused by specific events, tasks or scenarios. In this time of new normal, it’s time to expand the way you think of stress to include the effects clutter in your environment can have on your mental AND physical health.

Last Minute Gift Ideas

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on December 11, 2019 at 9:00 AM
Adding last minute guests to your holiday gathering? With all the daily tasks we have to complete, it can sometimes be difficult to fit in last minute shopping for holiday gifts. If you find yourself days away from a full house with no idea how to figure out what to get for whom, this article is for you. You still have time to shower your loved ones with presents that are thoughtful, personal and sure to be enjoyed.

5 Ways to Capture Family Stories

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on November 18, 2019 at 8:00 AM

Every family is unique. There are amazing stories to be told through family history and new lasting memories. As you gather with family throughout the holiday season, this could be the perfect time to learn more about exceptional historical moments and the intriguing lives members of your family led. It is important to remember learning more about family should bring you closer to your family without feeling intrusive or inconsiderate.

We have five ideas to make understanding more about your heritage simple, informative, and enjoyable.

Creating A Cozy Holiday Home

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on November 13, 2019 at 7:30 AM

From lush rich textures to the warm glow of the right lighting, creating a cozy space is a large part of the allure of the holiday season. When you gather with family and friends, you want your home to feel warm and inviting for each of your guests.

Rightsize or Remain: How to Decide

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on September 13, 2019 at 7:27 AM

As older adults approach retirement, there are limitless ways to spend your retirement years. One of the first decisions most adults near retirement make is where they want to retire. This is usually an important decision between aging in place or rightsizing to a new home. There are positives and negatives to each decision, but the best way to determine your next step is considering the unique needs for your lifestyle, physical and mental health.

Before deciding if rightsizing or downsizing is the right fit, you should consider five major factors.

Organizing the Home to Age In Place

 Posted by Charlotte Henderson on September 13, 2019 at 7:20 AM
If you’ve decided to remain in your own home for the later years of your life planning to organize your home to be more functional is essential. Getting organized has both physical and mental benefits to healthy aging. An organized home is linked to boosted mental clarity, lower stress levels, and lower risk of injury. Each of these benefits can extend quality of life now and in the long run.  Getting organized can become simple with a pl...
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