NASMM was recently featured on Reuters with this article about downsizing. Read the complete article here.
A lifetime’s worth of acquisitions and mementos may bring comfort to older adults, but this “material convoy” can also become more burdensome with age, U.S. researchers say.
Based on a national survey, a new study finds that after age 50, people become less and less likely to sell or donate items they no longer need – possibly because doing so becomes more and more difficult, physically or emotionally.
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