Lessons Learned

In death, there is sorrow, the complexities of feelings and processing. There are also the practical matters that need to be attended to when a loved one is being cared for and then dies. Funeral arrangements need to be made Read More …

Part 6: My Dad’s Journey – In the Key of ‘L’ for Love

I know many of you have had this experience with being up close and personal with a loved one who is dying. It is such a sobering encounter and time seems to hover and zip all at the same time. Read More …

Part 3: My Dad’s journey (and really part of my own)…

This expedition of life and death is always intriguing, mysterious, harrowing and different with each person and each experience. The majority of my family is all here as I write this (all five of us siblings are here with five Read More …

Part 2: My Dad’s Continuing Journey…

My Dad is home on Hospice – a true blessing in so many ways. He gets to be in his own home, people visit him with fun stories, energetic connections and peaceful interactions. Since he is in good spirits and Read More …

Lose Weight with a Thorough Downsizing

There is a distinction of utilizing the services of professional organizing and downsizing. You can hire a person to help with all types of organization – from paperwork to your garage or business office. Because of streamlining your belongings, you Read More …

How can I manage all my stuff, my kid’s stuff and now my parent’s stuff?

I believe we are at a heightened crossroads with all our stuff. If George Carlin were alive, he could do an add-on to his former routine. Along with investing money for our retirement; have we surpassed that with the accumulation Read More …