“A high density of household objects” as UCLA’s Center for Everyday Lives and Families calls it identified a direct link between the stress hormone cortisol and clutter. We often think of estate planning as a way to reduce stress levels for both ourselves and our children, but what about the “cortisol mess” our clutter can both cause and leave behind? Owning a second home, especially one out of state, only exasperates these levels of stress. It’s never to early to start decluttering for both yourself and your children. Here are some great tips from the SRES® council that speak about decluttering. Read More

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