Are you willing to do “whatever it takes” to leave a legacy?
We all want to be remembered, to feel that we’ve contributed something to the world. Your legacy is putting your stamp on the future. It’s a way to make some meaning of your existence: “Yes, a world of the future, I was here. Here’s my contribution, here’s why I hope my life mattered.”
Provide a family history Researching your genealogy is a wonderful way to let your kids and grandkids understand where you and they came from.
Give to charity Another way to leave a legacy is by contributing money or the equivalent to a charitable cause that reflects your values.
Write a legacy letter Think about everything you’d want to tell your loved ones and your survivors if you knew you didn’t have long to live then put it all in a letter to them.
Prepare an ethical will An ethical will is the logical extension of a legacy letter. With an origin going back to centuries of elders orally conveying their values to the next generation, an ethical will lets you share the meaning of your life, beliefs and life lessons.
Or, do what I’m doing – Write a Book! Yup, I’m writing a book about my life and all the stories of my Mother, how her humor helped me to find the gifts of each struggle in life.
Peace & Harmony
“I’ll be seeing you in all the familiar places”
It’s with great sadness to say that my father-in-law has passed away. He was always working with his hands. He had beautiful gardens that attracted the most musical birds to the yard. He grew the biggest kale I have ever seen or seen since – it was delicious! He grew figs, fruit, vegetables and had pretty colorful plants and flowers around the home that he and my mother-in-law cultivated and cared for.
It’s always the little things that you miss when your “family landscape” starts to change. As I was going through just some of my collection of pictures – I realize I miss when the girls were young and we would all gather at my in-laws on Christmas Eve Evening. The girls would be full of wonder, they would hear the Santa bells from outside, some ran to the window to look out and some would run and hide! My father-in-law loved the holidays, I would catch glimpses of him watching the girls dance around the house as he smiled. He would be trying to tell them to “settle down” with his deep Portuguese accent but would tease them to get them running around again.
My father-in-law Henrique Camacho (AKA Pai, avo), will be truly missed by his familia XO
Cleaning is one of the most tiresome chores that one needs to do on a regular basis. You may wish to have a sparkling apartment that always looks as though it has just been renovated, but, most of the time, it remains only a fantasy as you find it very difficult to decide where to start cleaning. You may start the cleaning process, but, other obligations get in the way, at the end no matter how hard you try- things still look the same. So, what should you do in order to keep your apartment clean and presentable or to get ALL your deposit returned to you with your Apartment Move-Out Procedure?
Well, I have an idea . . . Hire CC Home Concierge Company
Apartment Cleaning Prices List
Apartment cleaning prices are based on one-time cleans like a vacant apartment or move-out cleaning. The two most intensive areas for cleaning in an apartment are the kitchen and bathrooms, and the time and effort to clean a bathroom is significantly more than it is to clean a bedroom or a living room, and you’ll see that reflected in my Apartment Cleaning Price List.
||$140 to $200
||$135 to $180
||$100 to $130
||$90 to $120
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||$60 to $90
Cleaning Service Add-Ons
Look to see what you can add to your regular clean. Expect to pay:
- Indoor pets – $5
- Doing the laundry – $10 to $50
- Window cleaning – $50
- Cleaning the insides of the windows – $10
- Cleaning the fridge – $12
- Cleaning the interior of the oven – $15
- Cabinet organization – $50 (depends on the size/amount of cabinets)
*Once you become a member of the CCHC Team a discounted price will be worked into a customized flat cleaning fee for your cleaning needs*
Apartment Deep-Cleaning Rates Per Hour
In general, average hourly rates for apartment Deep-Cleaning services are $20 to $40 per worker per hour, with many jobs totaling between $80 and $160 (4 hr/clean). Prices depend on the number of rooms and bathrooms, and the extent of the cleaning needed. Some cleaning companies advertising a specific dollar amount for the first three hours – then a different rate for each subsequent hour, the below is the flat rate fee CCHC charge.
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|Small 1-bedroom one-bathroom apartment cleaning, the average cost
|Large 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment cleaning, starts at
Move-Out Cleaning Cost
The average cost of move-out cleaning in an empty apartment is between $127 and $215. Vacant apartment cleaning or move-out cleaning, as it is also known, it’s a deep clean of an empty apartment, and that time is spent doing the best work possible to help renters ensure they get as much of their deposit back as possible – I focus on getting it ALL back!.
||$220 to $275
||$170 to $215
||$140 to $190
||$127 to $175
||$85 to $127
||$75 to $120
Peace & Harmony
What is a Professional Organizer?
A professional organizer is more than someone who has a knack for cleaning. According to the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), organizers use their expertise and tested principles to create custom systems for their clients. They teach organizing skills that help clients take back control of their environments, tame the paper piles, and keep their lives running smoothly with purpose.
A professional organizer can help with a variety of tasks, including:
- Closet design
- Space planning
- Paperwork management
- Cross-country, Local moves
- Life Transitions (Hospital to Home, Home to Assisted Living, etc.)
- Record management
- Goal setting
- Time management
Professional Organizers Can Help Organize & Simplify Your Life
If you’re not sure if a professional organizer is for you, see if any of the following apply to you. You might need a professional organizer when:
- Your paperwork has overflowed onto your office floor or kitchen countertops.
- A family member passes away and you suddenly have all of his or her belongings in your home.
- Your pantry shelves are falling down and the door no longer shuts.
- You’re moving and you need creative organizational solutions.
- Your home needs an organizational redesign.
- You want to be organized, but it never seems to actually get done.
- You have collections that aren’t being stored or displayed how you want them to be.
A professional organizer is different from a house cleaner – Except here at CCHC, I specialize in cleaning in a logistical method in order to find simple storage solutions as I clean the space. Someone who just cleans your space will come in for a couple of hours, tidy up your things, and then will leave without making decisions about where items are more functional in a space. A professional organizer will come into your home and help create solutions to tackle your immediate organizational problems. Afterward, they will work with you to create long-term strategies so you can achieve success in this area of your space.
If you think a professional organizer can help you create an organize & simplify life contact me today @ (860)961-6824 or email@example.com.
I would be thrilled to help you find clarity in life!