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  1. Senior Transition: Four Ideas to Reduce the Stress

    Senior Transition: Four Ideas to Reduce the Stress is from a blog post written by Mary Holmes of Integrated Move Management, a Maine Senior Guide resource. Moving is stressful!  The majority of lists ranking life’s biggest stressors, … Continue

  2. Health Care Proposals: What do older Mainers think?

    The current health care proposals are deeply unpopular among Maine’s seniors, according to AARP Maine. Large majorities of older voters across party lines oppose the age tax, removal of pre-existing condition protections, and cuts to Medicare and Medicaid. … Continue

  3. Professional Move Manager: Five Reasons to Work With Professionals

    A Professional Move Manager in professional move management represents a relatively new industry in the US.  Integrated Move Management, based in Falmouth, discusses how move managers started. Professional move management was started in the late 1990’s by a few … Continue

  4. Home Remedies for Red, Itchy Eyes

    My eyes have been such a wreck lately that I’m reprinting this blog from One Good Thing by Jillee, a health/wellness blogger. I’m trying several of these solutions today to combat my beginning spring allergies! She says: … Continue

  5. 5 Decluttering Hints: Improve Health and Happiness

    Are there only 5  decluttering hints? Probably more, but this a great place to start! Mary Holmes and Rose Splint of Integrated Move Management share their blog on decluttering hints. If you feel like you have more “things” … Continue

  6. Write Your Congressperson! The Power of the Pen is Back!

    Write your congressperson! The power of the pen is back! Did you know that our elected officials value email a little, phone calls more and a hand-written note most of all? That’s because writing a personalized note … Continue

  7. Who’s Speaking at the Seacoast Senior Expo October 26 in Kittery?

    The speaking schedule for the Seacoast Senior Expo in Kittery starts at 10 a.m. The free expo begins at 9 a.m. at the Kittery Community Center and continues until 3 p.m., with 30 exhibitors, antiques appraisals and … Continue