Transitions can be fun and exciting but they can also make us fearful and anxious. Do you view transitions with fear and anxiety or do you view transitions with excitement and enthusiasm for new opportunities?
Fall is not an easy transition for me. I want to hold onto summer, go swimming one more time, enjoy my summer flowers just a few more weeks. But after I have come to terms with the fact that it is time to say farewell to my summer flowers and plant some mums, I start getting excited about the fall festivals and apple picking.
Transitions are easier and more fun with support. If you are approaching any of the lifestyle transitions listed below, call me. I can give you the support you need to make your transition smoother and less stressful; more exciting and less intimidating.
Downsizing or rightsizing Preparing your home for sale
Combining households Moving into your new home
Transitioning from one stage to the next with a growing family
Repurposing rooms after retirement or becoming empty nester
How I Helped Carolyn
Problem: Carolyn moved from a large home in New York to a two-bedroom apartment in Abington. She was overwhelmed because she didn’t have any friends or family available to help her unpack.
Solution: Carolyn found me through the website for National Association of Productivity and Organizers. Setting up Carolyn’s kitchen required creativity to make sure everything she uses daily was within easy reach because she has a disability that puts her at risk of falling.
Outcome: Unpacking Carolyn was a challenge because she brought a lot of things with her that she chooses to keep but doesn’t currently use. It was a tight squeeze to fit all of these possessions in her limited storage.
Testimonial: “You saved me and I am very grateful. You had an enormous challenge with so much unpacking to do. My apartment was chaotic because the movers said they would unpack but they left me with rooms full of boxes. I have peace of mind and feel calm again.”
Bobbie has been helping residents of Bucks, Montgomery, and Mercer Counties to de-clutter their homes and home offices since 2015.