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Sailing Through a Summer Move

 Posted by Caring Transitions on July 17, 2019 at 9:20 AM
For many families, summer is the most convenient time to move or help a loved one with a move. Since the warm weather is attractive to most people planning moves it can make the summer move season a bit hectic when finding resources to help facilitate your move. One way to ease the stress of the move is creating a plan. Use our tips to make your summer move smooth sailing.

Moving the Clutter Before the Move

 Posted by Caring Transitions on April 9, 2019 at 8:40 AM

Before your next move, consider streamlining to make your move simpler. One of the biggest mistakes many make is clinging to clutter longer than necessary. Most households acquire a host of cherished items over time. Eventually, you may find yourself surrounded by more possessions than you can handle in your next space.

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

 Posted by Caring Transitions 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.” 

Reduce Clutter, Reduce Stress

 Posted by Caring Transitions on April 9, 2019 at 8:20 AM

When we think of stress, we usually assume it’s caused by specific events, tasks or scenarios. 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. 

Retail vs Resale: The 5 Best Items to Buy in February

 Posted by Caring Transitions on February 11, 2019 at 8:10 AM
With markups on retail items ranging from 50-500% and sometimes more, quality gently used or resale items are becoming more and more appealing. If you’d like to keep the extra 50-500% or more you pay in markups, shop resale for amazing deals.

Decluttering to Rightsize: 5 Tips

 Posted by Caring Transitions on February 11, 2019 at 8:05 AM

Whether you are considering retiring in your own home or moving to a new space, it is important to create a plan to do so comfortably. There are many issues that arise that can make the upkeep and maintenance of the home a challenge.

Preparing for a new "rightsized" space can be an overwhelming prospect, especially when you have a home full of memory and keepsakes to go through. 

Helping a Senior Get Organized

 Posted by Caring Transitions on January 9, 2019 at 8:15 AM
Getting organized offers many benefits to encourage healthy aging. With so many benefits to having an organized home like boosted mental clarity, lower stress levels, and lower risk of injury, why not get started reclaiming your space? The benefits can extend quality of life now and in the long run.

See our tips to help your senior loved one get organized!

What to Repurpose for More Storage

 Posted by Caring Transitions on January 9, 2019 at 8:10 AM
One of the first steps in getting organized is making sure every item in your home has a designated place and space. Without a place for each item to go, clutter can creep up and quickly take over a space. More than likely some of the items cluttering your home could be used to create extra storage or organize items in your home.

See our ideas to calm the chaos of your clutter.

5 Ways to STAY Organized

 Posted by Caring Transitions on January 9, 2019 at 8:05 AM

You’ve gathered tips to stay organized, created a routine and plan to stick to it. So many of us start strong with our plans yet have trouble following through for more than a few weeks or months. Getting organized can be a daunting task when we abandon our plans. 

Read our 5 tips to convert your plan from simple steps and checkboxes into habits and lifestyle.

20 Fun Questions To Learn Your Family's Story

 Posted by Caring Transitions on November 19, 2018 at 9:30 AM
Senior family members hold a wealth of knowledge and information. They can be the doorway to learning, understanding, and tracing lineage. We often want to hear the unique stories and experiences our senior relatives have but are never sure where to start the conversation.

We put together 20 fun questions to help you start family history conversations with ease and get the entire family involved, young and old, during holiday gatherings.

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