In our many, many years of moving folks from one residence to another, we can probably say we’ve seen it all. We’ve seen most of it all, that’s for sure. Our experience and expertise in move management gives us the opportunity to share our skills with the loveliest people. Sometimes the circumstances of the move are distressing, making one of life’s most stressful situations even more so. It is always our goal to alleviate as much of that stress as possible.
School bells will soon be ringing, and with them the hectic pace that a new school year brings. Mounds of paper will flood backpacks, schedules will be bloated with sports, music lessons, school fundraisers and so much more. Don’t wait for the chaos to take over. Take control with a Family Command Center.
A few simple ideas will get your Family Command Center up and running in no time.
- Choose the right spot in your home.
Each year, September is named National Preparedness Month. For much of the country, it is an active month for hurricanes. It is also an annual reminder to prepare for a natural disaster like a hurricane. While emergency preparations apply to people of all ages, older adults may have particular needs, and their preparations should reflect those needs.
Create an emergency kit. Basic items include a three-day supply of food and water, battery powered radio,
The calendar said spring, but Mother Nature disagreed. On the day scheduled to move the tiny house to its new location, snow was falling. The assembled crew paid no mind to the weather and worked through the snowflakes to get the job done.
We assisted in moving this tiny house before so we were familiar with the process that lay ahead. A tiny house has special considerations like connections for water and electricity,
After 40 years in their beautiful 5000+ square foot home, Aaron and Irma realized that it no longer suited their lifestyle. While filled with the memories of raising a family and hosting many gatherings, as well as gorgeous furnishings, thanks to Irma’s instinctive and studied eye as an interior designer, Aaron said, “Two people just don’t need multiple bedrooms and living areas. When we took a good look at it, we realized we were really only using about a third of the house.”
The couple have long been involved in many philanthropic and entrepreneurial endeavors including Aaron’s participation with a local senior living community.