When downsizing, getting started is often the hardest part. When we look around at our homes, we are often filled with overwhelm at the volume of items that need to be downsized, donated, gifted, or boxed up to come with us to our next move. With seniors, it can be
The leaves are changing. New routines are being established. There is something indescribable about this time of year that makes us look forward to change.
It’s almost Labour Day! How did that happen? I know, I know… There’s still lots of the Summer season to enjoy.
Welcome Summer! A world of possibilities. As a kid, is there any better feeling than the last day of school? As a parent, is there any feeling more overwhelming than end of the school year burnout? We all know Summer goes by fast. There’s no better time to make your
Have you ever had someone ask, “How are you?” and the answer that comes to mind is … “Busy” If the answer is yes, it may be time to stop and reflect for a moment. Is busy really even an answer? Is it a defence? A mindset? Socrates once said,
Spring 2018 has been a long time coming. Hooray! Finally had some warmer temperatures. This unpredictable weather, can be hard to dress for. While it may not be time for flip flops and sundresses quite yet, there is plenty to do now to transition from your Winter wardrobe to Spring
Congratulations on your new home! Are you ready to take on the move? Let’s be honest, it’s not easy to move homes. SO much to do during this exciting time and where to start? Of course, there is a long list of jobs and strategies for packing, purging, organizing,
Does this question create a feeling of excitement or anxiety? Schedules are packed and it’s a challenge to regularly feed our family healthy & delicious meals. With the cost of groceries on the rise, there is certainly a benefit to keeping an eye on your weekly spend and making the
In our profession, we see many people of the “Sandwich Generation” wishing to lighten their load. Just what is the “Sandwich Generation”? The term Sandwich Generation was coined in 1981 by social worker Dorothy Miller, to describe caregivers that found themselves “sandwiched” by the responsibilities of caring for aging parents while supporting