Are you or a family member in the midst of Downsizing?
Does this sound familiar?
- Do you have a job, a family and responsibilities of your own?
- Are you struggling with guilt because distance keeps you from helping a loved one “enough”, more often, or at all?
- Do you live close by and are being asked to do it all? Alone?
- Do you need strategies to downsize? What furniture fits in a new home? What happens to the furniture that doesn’t fit? How do you know or help them decide?
- Do you have the time and patience to allow your loved one the time and space to gracefully let go of many years of treasures?
- Is there a fear family memories will be tossed out the back door?
Helping a loved one sort through decades of accumulation is a daunting project! If you don’t know where to start, how do they?
If they don’t do it, YOU will have to do it…but without them. Which way feels less overwhelming?
A priceless gift is allowing them the time to choose what happens to their belongings. And if they are transitioning to a new home, the dignity of saying goodbye to their current home.
If your loved one has a stash of plastic tubs from whipped topping and margarine, if all the twist ties are saved, if it feels as though NOTHING has been thrown out, I understand.
Let’s simply start the conversation by scheduling a complimentary 30-minute Simplify Your Stuff strategy call. Click here to do that right now.
Have questions? Not sure you’re ready?
Perhaps you or your family have been thinking about this for a long time. Or perhaps life happened and this is a completely new idea. You need help, you just don’t know who can or will help you.
Inviting someone into your home is a bit daunting, especially if you feel embarrassed, overwhelmed or don’t want to “bother” anyone. I get it.
With compassion and the utmost respect for family belongings, treasures and memories, I will listen and help guide you to make the best decisions that honor your downsizing journey.
The Next Step
Your next step is to simply schedule your complimentary 30-minute Simplify Your Stuff
strategy call here.
Helen Keller said it best:
“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”