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Empty nest syndrome, what are you going to do about it? 

Is it just us, or does empty nest syndrome always sound a little vague and silly until you experience it for yourself? It’s a bittersweet moment when the last child leaves the house, but between the newfound time and freedom (and let’s face it, money) and getting used to having fewer faces around on a regular basis, it hits us: we’ve become “empty nesters” with too much space on our hands. 

Here’s the thing: we’re not alone. It’s not at all uncommon for your space to feel too big or too empty once your last kid flies the coop! Time to get inspired and bring some fresh life to your empty nest, because no matter how much it might feel like it some days, you’re not stuck with that empty nest discomfort. 

Download D. Stone’s new fact sheet:

Empty Nesters: Now What? 3 Ideas for What to Do With Your Home

In this factsheet, you’ll find the answers to the following:

  • How can I make my existing space work best for my new lifestyle?
  • What should I do with an empty bedroom (or several)?
  • What are my living options? 
  • What’s better: remodeling, moving to a maintenance free living community, or building a new home? 

The best part? None of our suggestions include turning your extra space into a home gym or a home office. Remember, we want you to enjoy your space. 

Whether you decide remodeling, moving to a new community, or even building a custom home is the best choice for you, even just considering your options can help you overcome your empty nest syndrome and embrace your next chapter with ease.

If beating empty nest syndrome sounds like your next move, you can either start reading right now or come back to it when you have more free time. We’ll simply drop a copy off in your inbox for safekeeping.