4 ways to manage change

We’re a nation of movers, with many of us living in more than 10 houses in our lifetime, and only 16% of us intent on staying in the home we currently live in. For most of us change is unavoidable. 

Our homes change around us along with our lives. People move in and out. Renovations take shape or fall apart. Disasters strike. Clutter builds up and heads out the door.

It’s important we learn to cope and deal with change.


Retirement: how does it look to you?

Many people spend decades of their working life dreaming of what they want to be when they grow up, while they clock on and clock off all in the name of paying bills, making ends meet or raising a family.

But for some lucky souls, work represents meaningful social connections, a way to express and explore personal values and passions and chances to learn and master new skills.

A range of factors, including whether you fall into camp one or two, will affect how you view and manage the transition to retirement.