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Simple Solutions: Statistics on Occupied Home Staging

Simple Solutions: Statistics on Occupied Home Staging

Did you know that over 90% of buyers will view your home on-line through the MLS (Multiple Listing Service) before they choose to see a home? Your multiple listing photos must stand out to entice buyers to see your property. The HomeGain 2012 survey listed the top 10 items that you should be taken care […]

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That Business Show with Jamie Meloni

That Business Show with Jamie Meloni

In case you missed Beth’s radio segment on 1250AM WHNZ, take a peak at the Streamcast.  She got a chance to speak about the senior move management industry and NASMM!

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Simple Solutions: Water Marks and Deposits

Simple Solutions: Water Marks and Deposits

Everyday household white vinegar can clean water deposits and water marks on your stainless steel sink. For mineral deposits, saturate a paper towel with vinegar and place it on the deposits. Let it sit, checking every so often and dampen paper towel as needed. Give it a final rinse and dry thoroughly. Want to give it one […]

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Simple Solutions: What Is Home Staging?

Simple Solutions: What Is Home Staging?

Home staging is the act of preparing a private residence for sale in the real estate marketplace. The goal of staging is to make a home appealing to the highest number of potential buyers, thereby selling a property more swiftly and for more money. Professional home stagers are experienced in prepping a home. Stagers work […]

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Child-Centered Organizing Strategies

Child-Centered Organizing Strategies

Many parents are overwhelmed by the clutter in their children’s rooms. Toys, clothing, and the goodies found in birthday party treat bags and fast food restaurant meals seem to stack up. Relatives are generous with giving toys on birthdays and holidays. There’s no place for it to go, and yet the thoughts of tackling the […]

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National Senior Move Managers Week 2016

National Senior Move Managers Week 2016

The National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM) has declared May 8-14, 2016 National Senior Move Managers Week. During this recognition week, NASMM is proud to recognize Beth Warren as a Senior Move Manager~Certified (SMM~C). The SMM~C designation is the ONLY certification program for Senior Move Managers that requires both knowledge and experience. Additionally, the […]

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Simple Solutions: Storing Your Paintbrush

Simple Solutions:  Storing Your Paintbrush

Are you in the middle of painting?   You can finish in a day or two, but dread having to wash out the brush or the roller?   Try this simple solution for extending the life of your mid-painting brush without any cleanup! Using a large Ziploc bag or large plastic bag, place the roller […]

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Simple Solutions: Tips And Tricks On Packing For A Move

Simple Solutions: Tips And Tricks On Packing For A Move

Moving can be life-altering no matter what age, and many times, the physical and emotional stress a move can bring is often overlooked.  We see ourselves as Superman or Superwoman and we think we can just power through a move.   Studies have revealed that a major change in living conditions (moving, remodeling, and deterioration of […]

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Simple Solutions: A Place For Everything and Everything In Its Place

Simple Solutions: A Place For Everything and Everything In Its Place

All those amazing organizing products and beautiful storage boxes have a tendency to reach out to us and whisper our name.  They send an implied message: “buy me and you’ll have an organized home.” We wish it could be that simple. In reality, the best way to organize on a budget is to de-clutter first […]

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Ignite: NASMM 2016

Ignite: NASMM 2016

    Ignite: the theme of this year’s NASMM conference and ignite it did.  As a conference “oldie” – my 14th consecutive conference – I came back with a renewed sense of spirit, I always do. It’s just one of the many things I love about conference. In 2003, I attended my first NASMM conference […]

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