Moving When You Are a Senior

Moving is never easy. It’s especially hard when you are a senior citizen. The sheer physical aspect of packing and moving can be overwhelming. Throw in the emotional aspects of a major move and life change, and it can seem insurmountable. There are so many decisions to make. How do you decide what to say goodbye to and what to take along? So many things can trigger memories. Memories that make it hard to make decisions and to move forward. Sometimes, family members are a huge help, but often, they get pretty emotional, too. They can be too attached to personal belongings and allow their own emotions to get in the way.

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Make Moving Easier

So, what can you do to help a major move in your senior years easier? When the process of moving looms large, I recommend a third-party specialist. A professional. Someone who is trained to assist, guide, and help you decide what to pack and what not to pack. A professional who can help you determine what to keep and what to leave. Someone who can help you manage the whole process — from the sorting, purging, and packing.

If you are feeling stressed about an upcoming move, please consider hiring a professional mover and/or organizer.  It’s worth every penny, and it will save you time, energy, and a whole lot of stress. And, if you are on the island of Oahu, I have just the person for you – Denise Mazzanti. She’s amazing.  She’s a true professional who does everything from packing, unpacking, recycling, organization, and more.

One of the things I love about Denise is that she is particularly great with seniors who are downsizing and transitioning. Her compassion and love for those in their twilight years really shines through.
So, if you need help with your move, contact Denise at It’s Your Move – 808-284-6910. She’s the best!

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