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Downsizing and moving is never an easy task, especially when you are leaving the home you’ve loved for so long. We’ve covered some tips on how to sort through your belongings and manage the stress of the ordeal in previous blogs. Now it’s time to consider how you can get your home ready to sell!

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No matter your age, moving is always a hassle. You spend hours boxing up everything you own just to haul those boxes somewhere else and slowly take everything out. If you’re downsizing your living space, you might experience a number of additional challenges that you may not be prepared to handle.

Here are 5 easy tips on how to figure out what possessions to take with you and what you...

Moving day is on the way, and although your boxes may be packed, many seniors can feel a wide array of emotions when it comes to downsizing their homes. However, while these negative emotions are only natural, you shouldn’t allow them to convince you that this move isn’t the right change for you.

Here are the 3 ways seniors can manage the negative feelings surrounding a move.

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When considering a move to a retirement community, people often think of it as a ‘final step’ and an acceptance that your health is failing. And while sometimes people move to a community like ours after a health event, most people move to our communities because they simply want a worry-free lifestyle. In fact, retirement communities aren’t places where your health deteriorates – they’re...

Most seniors assume that when they transition from their home to a lifestyle community they’re giving up their independence… that they’re almost accepting the ‘next stage’ of life. And while it is true that those who move to lifestyle communities are entering a new stage in their lives, this new stage will actually IMPROVE their independence in most cases.

In fact, data supports that...

As you age, you tend to be more selective in...

If you are a senior looking for ways to spend...

Companionship is important for seniors and...

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