5 tips for an empty nest

Now that your kids are out of the house, here are five excellent tips for making the most of your empty nest.

Tags: Home, Lifestyle, Planning, Retirement
Published: April 05, 2018

After decades of noise, activities, busy schedules, broken curfews, tense driving lessons and a whole lot of fun, the kids have all moved out. For many parents, the change can be jolting. Suddenly you have a lot more time on your hands and a lot more space in your home.

As you adjust to this transition, you may find the family home could use some updates to fit your new situation. This could mean cleaning out the clutter, repurposing rooms, renovating or even investing in a new home.

Here are some ideas for changes around the home that could work for you.


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1. http://blog.mass.gov/publichealth/mental-wellness/declutter-your-space-declutter-your-mind/
2. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/where-we-live/wp/2015/03/03/downsizing-tips-for-empty-nesters/?utm_term=.94287c24ddeb
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