Category Archives: Seniors Living Smarter

Will an Estate Sale work for Me?

Great conversation was had on Thursday, March 15th at our Estate Liquidation Strategies: Getting Rid of the Stuff seminar.  Experts who are experienced in the business of getting rid of “stuff” were on hand to help seniors in attendance who are wrestling with the idea of what to do with all the excess that has […]


Getting Rid of the “Stuff”

  Do you have too much stuff?  Is the thought of getting rid of your stuff filling you with anxiety and stress?  With all the options available it is difficult to know where to go for help, buy-outs, consignment, donations, estate sales, garage sales and the list goes on and on.  Our next seminar will […]


How Decluttering Can Make Your Life Easier

Some practical steps to help you begin taking control of “the stuff”. Start small – just 15 minutes per day. A cabinet or closet is a great place to start Identify what you want to keep. Color code with stickers or painter’s tape.  Ask yourself…Do I love it? Do I need it?  Will I use […]






Volunteering in Georgetown Texas

We are fortunate here in Georgetown, TX to have such wonderful groups who provide services and resources for the senior community. A group that I have had an opportunity to support is Faith in Action Georgetown. Volunteer drivers provide seniors rides to medical appointments, grocery stores, beauty shops, pharmacies, banks, activity centers, and support groups […]



Lions and Tigers and Benefits, Oh My!

Sometimes navigating your senior benefits can seem like lions, tigers and bears! Continuing to enlighten and educate, the Seniors Living Smarter Seminar series is helping to relieve apprehension and questions you may have about benefits and how to pay for your retirement years. We had a great seminar with our expert panelist on July 17th, […]