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In Defense of Plan B

On October 22, 2012 By

In popular language, ‘Plan B’ is used to mean a reserved, secondary plan, in case a first plan (typically ‘Plan A’) fails. In short, Plan B is second best. I think Plan B gets a bad rap; there is a lot to be said for Plan B.

Take the client whose house sells more quickly than expected, […]

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90% of Aunt Betty

On December 2, 2011 By

“Margie dear, I am moving and I need your help.”

So began the call from my 91-year old Aunt Betty.  Never mind that I have used my real name, Margit, for 38 years.  To Aunt Betty, I will always be Margie.  Betty has buried three husbands, and her only daughter, my first cousin, died […]

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The Story of My Treasure

On September 15, 2011 By

As a Senior Move Manager, I see all sorts of client treasures, so it has made me think about my own treasures as well.  If you went to my home, you probably would not notice my treasures, even thought they are in plain view.  That’s because they look ordinary.  They don’t have a lot of […]

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Margit Novack, cSMM, of Moving Solutions is no stranger to the hassles of moving.  As  founder and President of the National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM), Margit provides moving assistance for seniors in all aspects of the process.  From planning to making sure her clients feel settled when they arrive.  As Margit […]

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In Part II of our series on moving tips, Margit Novack, cSMM, of Moving Solutions and founder of the National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM), provides insights on how to simplify a moving day:


On the lists of stress-inducing events, moving is usually one of the highest, with move day […]

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