Finally… the first official day of Spring has arrived. Days are longer and the sun is chasing away those chilly days of winter. Many of us approach spring with the urge to do some serious spring cleaning and bring more lightness into our home!
Are you a caregiver for someone living with dementia? When Gail and I first met Dementia Care Educator, Teepa Snow, we knew we'd found a "kindred spirit".
English textile designer and writer, William Morris had it right… “Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful”.
When you have lived in the same house for 20, 30, 40, 50 or more years, planning your move is a HUGE project.
An important Canadian tradition involves the wearing of Remembrance Day poppies each November. Today, I want to share a story about one of our clients who shared a family keepsake that became an important historical find.
When you're planning your move, every decision you make has a dollar cost and an environmental cost. When you reduce, reuse and recycle everyone wins.
Here are SEVEN tips to make your move more eco-friendly:
With each passing birthday, I look at the number of candles on my cake and wonder where did the time go? Along the way, I am also finding new meanings to some expressions that have been around for a long time.