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Memories, nothing more than memories

Downsizing a home and the possessions we have accumulated involves many difficult decisions. Our homes are where we keep the things that are most important to us. As you sort through your possessions, some are easy to part with. Others are harder but it is still obvious that you should get…

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Getting a New Perspective

When does a dresser stop being a dresser? Or a coffee table, a coffee table? The answer: when it becomes a hallway storage chest or an entertainment center. Moving away from the traditional use of an item or space is referred to as repurposing, and it enables you to continue to use…

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What will fit into your new home? 

“You can’t fit a gallon of water into a quart size jar!”   This insightful statement also applies to the furniture and belongings we hope to fit into our homes when we downsize. No matter how hard we push, shove or squeeze we probably can’t fit everything from our larger…

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Move into a New Way of Thinking

A household move often involves a new start, a new area to explore, new friends and perhaps even new activities. If the move involves downsizing to a smaller place, it may also involve a new way of thinking.  Before the move, it is important to begin imagining your new daily…

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“Moving?” – Verb or Adjective

Mov-ing: verb – to go from one place to another. Mov-ing: adjective – stirring deeply in a way that evokes strong emotional response What is the first thing you think about when someone mentions they will be “moving”? Usually it’s the hassle of packing all the boxes, the big moving…

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Bedrooms require intentional organizing

All rooms require planning and deliberate actions when organizing, but the bedroom requires special attention if it is going to fulfill its true purpose: serenity. Most people want their bedroom to be a sanctuary, a peaceful place they can escape at the end of the day. It is their retreat…

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Where should it all go?

Downsizing a home means reducing the amount of possessions in the home. It involves many decisions about what to keep and what to part with. Sometimes the hardest part of downsizing is figuring out where the items that you are removing should go. Many people think that the only option available…

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Don’t throw in the towel…Organize your linen closet

It seems like everyone has that unruly linen closet, the place where old sheets go to hide and towels are crumpled into balls. No matter if we store our linens in a specific closet, a bathroom cabinet, or a dresser drawer, it is amazing how quickly the space can become disorganized…

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Memories, nothing more than memories

Downsizing a home and the possessions we have accumulated involves many difficult decisions. Our homes are where we keep the things that are most important to us. As you sort through your possessions, some are easy to part with. Others are harder but it is still obvious that you should get…

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Garage organizing

Garage – Noun – a building or indoor area for parking or storing motor vehicles Is it really? A US Department of Energy study shows that 25 percent of people with 2 car garages do not park cars in the garage while 32 percent only have room for 1 car…

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To Keep or Not to Keep

The thought of going through all your possessions may sound daunting but it is often a necessary step in preparing for a move. It is the process of thinking through what you own and then making decisions about whether to take with them with you to your new home or…

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Vacation!!

Vacation a time to escape the stress…or is it? Isn’t a vacation supposed to be a time to unwind and to flee the stress we have every day? While it may be true that vacations take us away from the routines and schedules that control our lives we forget that…

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Getting a New Perspective

When does a dresser stop being a dresser? Or a coffee table, a coffee table? The answer: when it becomes a hallway storage chest or an entertainment center. Moving away from the traditional use of an item or space is referred to as repurposing, and it enables you to continue to use…

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Lions and Tigers and Bears! Organizing the Toy area

While it may not actually contain real lions and bears, your toy area may feel like a wild jungle. There are all kinds of species: stuffed, plastic, and maybe a few homemade treasures. Toys are scattered everywhere. How do you tame a room like this and make it work for you and your…

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What will fit into your new home? 

“You can’t fit a gallon of water into a quart size jar!”   This insightful statement also applies to the furniture and belongings we hope to fit into our homes when we downsize. No matter how hard we push, shove or squeeze we probably can’t fit everything from our larger…

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