Episode 41: How early is too early to plan for the empty nest?

Hello, my ah-mazing empty nest friend!
 

A Green Popsicle Stick Facebook group member asked me, “How early is too early to prepare for the empty nest.” 

 I share my answer in this episode.

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What You Will Learn in this Episode: 

    • When to start preparing for the empty nest
    • What you can do now to prepare for the empty nest

Episode Questions for You To Consider

  1. Where are you on the empty nest journey? 
  2. Do you agree or disagree with my timing?

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You are preparing for the empty nest ahead as your child(ren) prepares, heads off to, and experiences college.