Author James Wallman takes readers beyond the typical “how to declutter” approach in handling our stuff and our life to something deeper and more life-changing. This post includes a short video of Wallman along with his suggestion on how to increase our happiness while downsizing our stuff and lifestyle.
Necessity has made the sandwich generation expert jugglers. Not only do they have their own lives to lead, often with dual careers but they are the primary support for both older and younger family members. Here’s how the successful ones are managing to keep on juggling. Continue reading “The Sandwich Generation juggles constantly”
Downsizing represents freedom to most people who are doing so by choice since they have fewer demands on their time and money related to their current home. It opens the door to things they have wanted to do for years that have been “bottled up”.
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It is very common to consider a retirement home lifestyle as a means of solving difficult situations arising from living in a traditional home. This might be the result of a sudden change in one’s life or a gradual shift in day-to-day living that is finally recognized. Here is a list of typical problems that others have experienced along with the solutions they enjoyed by moving to a retirement home. (With videos.)
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Since the next scheduled post for this blog lands on Christmas Eve, an original article is not being published today. However, you are welcome to check these posts by others if you are looking for a “Downsized Christmas”.
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Just as a stream winding through the woods flows downward in steps, downsizing in stages follows a very natural order.
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