Survival Essentials - Newsletters

It is All About Visibility and the Ease of Living

Encore Living - August

The Importance of Carefully Selecting the People You Hire...

Encore Living - July

Is it your time to grow up....check out this month's newsletter.

Encore Living - June

I need to keep “that” because grandma gave it to me.

Encore Living - May

Thinking About Choosing a Retirement Community

Encore Living- March

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Why Didn’t I Do This Sooner?

 Survival Essentials has worked with a delightful array of people over the years and there has truly not been a one that hasn’t said “Why didn’t I do this sooner?”  On the other hand, they also all started out feeling overwhelmed.  How about you?  Survival Essentials can relieve the overwhelmed feeling and also get you “there” sooner!

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Items For Sale

VERY QUICK SALE….If interested, call Jean right away. 610-804-8646

Sleek and comfortable BRAND NEW bar stools available.  

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That Perfect Dining Table? No One Wants It, Even If It's Free

After his son went off to college in August, Craig Norberg-Bohm was ready to downsize. In less than two weeks, he sold his five-bedroom home and bought a three-bedroom. But almost a year later, he is still trying to get rid of his extra furniture.

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Chester County's Seniors!

Jean Back is interviewed by publication for and about Chester county seniors

Downsizing is "Essential"

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Social Security:

The costs of retiring too soon

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Are You Thinking About Moving

Would your home sell right now?

Before you begin the move process, walk through your home with a camera, and photograph every section of it. Those photos will be helpful for critical review for staging and later for your personal “before and after” views. 

Will your trash cans be burgeoning as you prepare to move? 

Using contractor’s trash bags will not only help secure unwieldy trash but also make the process progress smoothly. 

Invest.

It’s nice to have a bottle of wine handy when you are finished packing, but leave the liquor boxes at the store. Purchase multiple sized moving boxes (or check with your moving company if they can provide moving supplies) at your local big box hardware store, packing tape and tape gun, and packing paper. LOTS of boxes will be needed and once the move is complete you can recycle them or offer to someone else in need.

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ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS ASK:

Dunkin Donuts free coffee to people over 55

Chick-Fil-A: 10% off or free small drink or coffee over 55

Wendy's: 10% off over 55

Dress Barn: 20% off over 55

Rail: Amtrak: 15% off over 62

Lodging: Best Western: 40% off over 55

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