The Most Important Part of the Rightsizing Process

The most important part of the rightsizing process has nothing to do with STUFF. It has everything to do with PEOPLE. Senior move manager Jeannine Bryant discusses why it’s so important to put PEOPLE ahead of STUFF.
 
To learn more about Jeannine, visit her website at Changing Spaces SRS.

 
 
 

About Senior Move Manager, Jeannine Bryant

 
Jeannine BryantJeannine Bryant is the owner of Changing Spaces SRS, a senior move management company based in Lincoln, NE. Since 2010, she and her team have taken hundreds of clients by the hand and guided them through the downsizing and relocation process, from start to finish. She keenly understands the importance of “place” and the emotions tied to it, as well as the difficulty sometimes associated with leaving one’s home.

A nut for organization and rightsizing, Jeannine is an expert at easing the transition of her clients and their families. She understands that a move later in life is so much more than the coordination of logistics. Her specialty is minimizing the burden during times of transition so families can have peace of mind. By providing customized assistance and support through the sorting, packing, moving, unpacking, and organizing processes associated with a move, she provides answers to her clients’ problems at a time when they need them most. She and her team also provide first-rate service in liquidating estates after a move. She is a master at efficiently finding new homes for items no longer needed or wanted by her clients, by means of an estate sale, charity donation, recycling or proper disposal of items.

Jeannine holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Northwestern College in Orange City, IA and a Master of Arts degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She is dedicated to serving local seniors as an active member of Lincoln’s Coalition for Older Adult Health Promotion and as a board member of the Nebraska State Stroke Association. She is also a member of the National Association of Senior Move Managers (www.NASMM.org).

Learn more about Jeannine Bryant at Changing Spaces SRS and also on Facebook and Linked-In