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GET YOUR LIFE ON TRACK: DOWNSIZING AND ORGANISING
Discover the positives of moving forwards in life by downsizing possessions and becoming organised. Uncover the happiness it CAN bring you.
Guest: Moreen Torpy
Downsizing and moving are among Moreen’s specialties along with facilitating teleclasses on different aspects of organising. She believes it’s her life’s mission to share her knowledge of downsizing and organising.
Moreen Torpy is a Professional Organizer and author of several books, most recently Going Forward: Downsizing, Moving and Settling In.
Host: Lucinda Curran
Join us to learn how to embrace this time of life-change.
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Now that you have settled into retirement, have you decided to downsize? Or are you someone who needs a caregiver or companion in your home but due to clutter are unable to get someone to assist you? Are you just not sure what to do or where to start? Join me and my guest as we share techniques to help you and those you love declutter, downsize and get organized for this new phase of life.
When the time comes, and you are faced with downsizing. The right people can help make the transition as painless as possible.
One of the people that can help you along the path of downsizing is a compassionate real estate agent. Sandra Vipperman, of Napier Realtors ERA, is one of those special people who get what this is all about.. She will make sure that she finds the right house for the person that is downsizing. She matches up the person to the right home, and makes sure the place suits all the needs of the downsizer.
So tune in to this important show about downsizing
Despite assurances from the mass media that the economy has improved, employees remain vulnerable to restructurings and layoffs. Downsizing is rippling through the energy sector in response to the fall in oil prices, while tech giant IBM is poised to announce the biggest round of cutbacks in its history. Tonight we will look at the dynamics of searching for a job in today's employment market. Networking is critical, as well as a structure to guide one through the pitfalls of an experience that is simultaneously daunting and liberating.
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Viki Winterton interviews Sue Crum!
The mission of the R.E.D. team is to clear the clutter in your life and make your space a special place by transforming and redesigning the way you live.
Sue Crum is the founder and owner of the R.E.D. team. Her passion as a professional organizer and accredited staging professional (ASP) is to make people’s lives simpler!
After many years as an educator/trainer, she opened, over five years ago, the doors of the R.E.D. team when she recognized that many people were in need of help relocating, figuring out their spaces, downsizing or selling their homes. Sue and her team have an eye for detail and help clients see the possibilities of creating a saner, simpler and serene life.
DeAnna Radaj is my guest this week on Blog Talk Radio to continue the discussion on downsizing. So why do we fear downsizing? And how do we get past it? Downsizing affects everybody. With proper planning, downsizing can be manageable!
I will be a guest on DeAnna's show to further talk about downsizing the day after my show airs. DeAnna's show is on 5/30/2013, Click here to listen to her show. www.blogtalkradio.com/deannaondesign/2013/05/30/making-the-down-sizing-experience-a-positive-one
Please join me and Kynette Setear, owner of Caring Transitions, a business that helps seniors and their families needing assistance coping with senior moving, downsizing and estate sales. It can be an enormous challenge to even know where to start when a parent needs to move.
Tune in as Kynette and I have conversation about how to plan for and then carry out helping an aging loved one move from their home of many, many years. Kynette will share some of her insider tips and stories of families she has helped.
While Kynette provides her services in northern Indiana, she will share who to reach out to in other parts of the country. Again, in this segment, we’ll share why you shouldn't "go it alone" in caregiving, and who you can reach out to. In just 30 minutes, you will walk away with a terrific resource that you can tap into in the future
During our show, you will be able to submit your questions for Kynette via the web chat or our call-in number. Let’s kick off February right … with a lively and informative discussion. Your call-in questions are welcome. Thank you! Dale Carter, Transition Aging Parents (For more info about Kynette and her services: www.caringtransitions.net/mishawakain) (For those with aging loved ones, you will find more resources at my website:http://www.transitionagingparents.com/welcome/)
Sometimes the answer isn’t more time or more space—it’s less stuff. But how do you begin to sort out everything that has accumulated over the years? And how do you keep from accumulating more?
Host Kathy Sipple speaks with Marianne Beal Peters, the author of "Declutter for Good: Share Your Stuff & Reclaim Your Life, a book that will inspire you to rid yourself of the possessions that are clogging up your plans, goals and dreams so you can pass them along to those who could use them.
The owner at Fresh Words, Marianne writes on a variety of topics and contributes to several publications, specializing in sustainability and gardening topics. Marianne lives with her husband and two teenage daughters in Plymouth, Indiana. They recently downsized, giving away three-quarters of their possessions to move into an 85-year-old house where she's trying to establish an organic urban garden without doing permanent damage to her body or mind. When she has a free moment, she likes to sneak outside and pull weeds.
Talk radio with DAnne Burley and Bob Jones giving our perspective of the events that are impacting in Our world.
Tonight we will expose the issue of American Workers within NOW, government jobs being removed using the Shackman Decree of Illinois but in reality those who are on the "List' are not all clouted one in fact came from a job to work program via Social Security which gave a opportunity to get people back to work and off of the social security roles.
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As we move into 2015 Angels we have an opportunity and a choice whet er to CARRY AN EMPTY BASKET OR A WEIGHTED BASKET through this cycle of life.
Personally I have chosen to carry a EMPTY BASKET and that is by NOT carrying my Coffee Cup and Water with me everywhere, downsizing to a smaller purse, emptying out my closets and letting go of clothes I no longer wear, cleaning behind beds, chairs, back in corners that are not usually touched on a weekly basis or however you may clean.
It makes for one to feel much lighter, and more peaceful. And THAT, Angels makes ALL the difference in the world of how you experience life! In what ways are you able to make your BASKET lighter? Are you willing to let go of things that you no longer use? Another thing I have done is clean out my wallet, threw away old business cards and information that I no longer need. It does make a difference!
I encourage YOU to schedule some time with yourself, maybe watching TV and go through drawers, purses, wallets, phone numbers, emails, and see how you FEEL afterward! Take notice of that because that feeling will encourage you to let go even more!
Join me Tuesday January 20th right here @
www.blogtalkradio.com/buzzardskorner-of-love 4pm PAC/7pm EST
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This episode of "Stage Right"--the show that asks the question, "where are the conservative voices of the theatre?"--examines the question of literary studies and their link to a conservative world view. We'll also continue our look at CJ Ehrlich's "Spare Some Change" and Walt Vail's "Downsizing: The Undercoat Man," both featured in the 2012 Republican Theater Festival in Philadelphia. Please join us or, better still, call us and be heard! Our number is (347) 884-9659 or write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I want to hear from you!