That’s how one women expressed herself to a fellow Senior Move Manager after reading this article in the New York Times, NYT Helping Elderly Downsize.
For seven years, she had been avoiding cleanout of her storage locker, where she kept items that were remnants of her marriage, reminders of a very difficult divorce.
Whether it is your home, your condo or your garage, Senior Move Managers are caring individuals who take the time to help you manage the mental and physical work of moving on.
At Avenue Sixty-Two, we know these household objects are not just ‘stuff’ to be tossed aside – a sentiment that some people feel is leveled at them and their things – but rather loved objects associated with happy family tips, great vacations and important accomplishments.
Senior Move Managers come from professions where they developed a deep understanding of the special concerns people have when making a big transition. Many started out in people-oriented professions, such as social work, administration and realty
When I meet with my colleagues across the country, I am struck by the common feeling of a need to protect those who are vulnerable and who are going through emotional stressors due to an imminent move.
Our desire to safeguard our clients’ interests is at the heart of why we do what we do. Even though it can be tough, highly emotional work, seeing them well-served and happy in their new situation is highly fulfilling.