We have two vehicles which have served us very well and both have nearly 200,000 miles on them and still rust-free! . We have maintained them and have had no major expenses with either of them. One is an SUV and the other is a fun car, a convertible. The convertible is very comfortable and … Continue reading Should You Keep Or Replace Your Vehicle
When we were away on a holiday I realized that many of my clothes were quite worn and I needed to be “gone thru” when I got home. This sounds very simple but for me and many other people it is overwhelming. In our business I often sorted through clothes with ladies who were moving … Continue reading Clothes, Clothes, Clothes . . . Where Did My Closet Go?
Change can be scary but you know what is scarier? Allowing FEAR to stop you from growing, evolving and progressing. One of my grandmothers spent over a year in a long term care facility. She was confined to bed or a wheelchair and she shared her room with another lady. The only things she could … Continue reading Settling into Your New Residence
Although there are things you can do to give yourself and your family members some peace of mind, as you continue to remain in your home, loneliness and depression are things only you can take steps to minimize. Some planned activities can help with this. Doug’s mother started her own baking business at 80. She … Continue reading Keeping Some Independence while Aging In Place