The upcoming holidays has me in the mood to clear the decks around the house. The other day I got a little crazy and began cleaning out the cabinets and drawers in my dining room. While the amount of trash that was generated amazed and saddened me, I chuckled to myself when I saw my good china. It dawned on me that for the past 25 years, this is the normal course of action with the good china. Look at it. During that time, this china has been used exactly three times!
Are y ou familiar with the work that a senior move manager does? You are in good company. Most others do not know either. Essentially, if you are going to be moving, the senior move manager can help you along the way. Read below to find out why you may want to look into this invaluable service!
The senior move management industry has existed for more than 15 years. Despite it's age, many people are not familiar that such help exists. In an effort to clarify what it is that we do, below you will find an ABC guide to senior move managers and the work that they do!
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The first day of spring.
I am not sure exactly how I feel about saying "goodbye" to winter and "hello" to spring. Don't get me wrong, I love the spring. As crazy as it sounds, I actually get nervous as spring approaches, feeling the pressure of ensuring that my spring cleaning efforts are aggressive enough to effectively tackle all areas of the home that need to be addressed. But enough about my ideosyncracies...
No matter your age, you probably do at least a little spring cleaning. As senior move managers, we frequently encounter clients who are not only willing, but also very able to do their own spring cleaning. Rather than discourage their efforts we do what we can to make sure that they are not over-extending themselves in the process. So, how should an elderly person proceed with their spring cleaning?