Getting Your Parents' Valuables Ready For Storage When They Make The Move To Assisted Living

Posted on: 9 July 2015

You want your parents' transition from home to assisted living to be as smooth as possible, and taking good care of their most treasured belongings is a big part of making that happen. While you can solve the challenges of downsizing from a house to a room by selling off most of the unwanted furniture, don't be surprised when your parents ask to hold on to their artwork, special china, antiques and all of the other valuables they've collected over the years. [Read More]

Lowdown On Cleaning Leather: Simple Solutions For Cleaning Your Leather Office Chair

Posted on: 24 June 2015

No matter whether you work from home or in a large executive building, a good quality chair is an imperative piece of office furniture. From enhancing the productive and creativity using Feng Shui to protecting your back from pain and discomfort, the importance of an office chair is easy to see. While there are many different styles available, leather office chairs are appealing options that will never go out of style. [Read More]

Facing The Inevitable: How To Talk To Your Loved One About Home Care

Posted on: 10 June 2015

At some point, your loved one will need help with everyday living. Even seniors who don't have dementia or debilitating diseases get to a point where they are not able to completely care for themselves. It's often a hard topic to breach, but there are ways to make it easier on you and your loved one. Have a Family Discussion If there are other family members who need to participate in the decision to transition your family member to home care, call a meeting. [Read More]

Do You Hate Moving...But You're Doing It Anyway?

Posted on: 3 June 2015

If you lack the time, energy or motivation to change residences, but you have to move regardless, it is time to consider hiring a full-service mover to do it for you. For instance, one of the most stressful aspects of moving is usually the fear of losing or damaging your belongings. Another common concern is that a move will take longer to complete than planned, which makes everything else go badly later in the day. [Read More]