Nancy Peham

How to Sort a Deceased Person’s Belongings While Avoiding Family Conflicts

By Contributor / May 13, 2019 / 0 Comments

By Nancy Peham Special Contributor Nothing is guaranteed in life except death and taxes, and when we leave this world someone has to deal with — and sort — the physical things we leave behind. While my mother was alive, she shared her worries that when she died her children would be torn apart by […]

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Supporting A Parent Through the Decision to Downsize

By Contributor / March 4, 2019 / 3 Comments

By Nancy Peham Special Contributor We all reach a point in life where it makes sense to downsize. The first step is to realize, accept, and decide that the time has come to move forward with the process. As adult children, we can support our parents’ decision in several ways.  We can provide emotional support, […]

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You’ve Tidied Up Thanks to Marie Kondo — Now Your Stuff Can Bring Someone Joy

By Contributor / January 18, 2019 / 4 Comments
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Editor’s Note: We are pleased to announce that Nancy Peham, a certified Certified Professional Organizer® with more than 15 years of experience under her belt has joined us as a contributor and columnist. For her first installment, we tasked her with helping us address all that stuff that didn’t bring us joy when we got our […]

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Hawkins-Welwood Homes & CandysDirt Want to Show You Right-Sizing at 31 Abbey Creek Way

By Candy Evans / December 7, 2018 / 0 Comments

We don’t just want to show you 31 Abbey Creek Way in North Dallas, Hawkins-Welwood Homes’ brand new, easy-living model at the beautiful Lawns of Glen Abbey. We want to show you how to right-size — how to build a home with everything you want and need on a tighter footprint— at a CandysDirt exclusive expert […]

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