Entries for 'organizing'



Create Your Next Chapter: Remodeling Tips for Empty Nesters

 Posted by Michael Zagariello on April 7, 2021 at 10:00 AM
Guest Blog Written by Rocio Espinoza When children spread their newly-adult wings and leave the nest, you may experience strong, conflicting feelings as you feel a sudden new quiet in your home. While you’re excited for your children as they craft their own lives, you’ll find a shift in both your daily activities and your living space. While your home will always be their home, you can experience joy by renovating vacated spaces like bedrooms ...

Convincing Aging Parents to Clear Clutter

 Posted by Michael Zagariello on January 23, 2021 at 10:00 AM
The hardest part of preparing for what's best for Mom or Dad is determining the right time to create a plan for aging-in-place or relocating. Whether your conversation with your parents is virtual or in-person, it's essential to create a plan to clear the clutter before it's a hazard or necessity. Finding a new home for your senior loved one’s belongings or helping them clear clutter, offers a host of benefits to encourage healthy aging like boos...

You aren't the only one with a lot of "stuff"

 Posted by Diana Zagariello on May 22, 2016 at 3:03 PM
Almost every client I visit with thinks they have so much stuff and are embarrassed by it.  I always tell them, "I see this all of the time".  But, I think they think I am saying it just to make them feel better.  But, it's really true.  Most of my clients are older and they have decades worth of possessions.  Many have lived through the depression and know what it is like to really have nothing.  When you have gone ...