7 Insights for Those Downsizing Through Generations

September 23, 2019  “I’m up to my eyeballs in needlepoint pillows,” came the text from my neighbor and friend Deborah Robison, when I asked how her mother’s move was going. “I’m decluttering generations of inheritance.” I have been there, and now Deborah is. Going through a parent’s belongings is a rite of passage almost none […]

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Your Roof Should Whisper Not Shout

September 16, 2019   Food, clothing, and a roof over your head most would agree are basic needs. We’re two out of three at our house. The soggy realization that our roof was kaput soaked in a few weeks ago. “Uhhh, Honey?” I said, looking up from the kitchen table toward a brown splotch forming […]

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