Downsizing can be an important part of aging in place. If you are caring for aging parents this can be a difficult conversation to have. It may also be a conversation you need to have with your spouse.
When was the last time you had your picture taken? Research shows after a certain age women are less likely to strike a pose. Portrait photographer Sunny Wasiela helps us get over that fear and offers tips on how to look our best.
As a senior moving specialist, realtor Monica Nicely has helped many of her clients downsize. It is an important part of finding the right home to age in place. In this edition of Sisterhood of the Second Act find out what qualities make a home a good candidate for aging in place.
Nicely is also a relocation specialist. She works with a wide range of buyers such as first-time home buyers, retirees looking to downsize and investors looking for rentals or “flips”.
Strike a pose
Often when the camera comes out when leave he room. Studies have shown, as women age, they are more likely to avoid the lens. Professional photographer Sunny Wasiela had looked into this phenomenon and offers the findings of her research in this interview with Sisterhood host Kathy Heberle.
You can look great in photos at any age. Wasiela also offers some tips to help us face the camera with a confidence.
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Sisterhood of the Second Act (SSA) is a production of New Moon Creative Media, LLC for the New Moon Network. SSA is a lifestyle talk show for women entering a new phase of their lives. These women may be changing careers or retirement might be on the horizon. They may be caring for elderly parents while raising their own children or experiencing an empty nest for the first time in decades. Whatever their situation, Sisterhood of the Second Act provides trustworthy information they can use to create a joyful, prosperous second act.