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I have a print out that shows my retirement projections. Is there anything more I should expect from a financial plan?
Yes – absolutely!
There was a study done a while ago in operating rooms where a checklist made complication rates go down and survival rates go up.
Why? Do checklists make doctors smarter and nurses more capable of performing their tasks? No, it just reminded them of things they needed to think about in order to deal with everything they needed to deal with to make sure everything went well and according to plan. Financial plans are the same and retirement is only a portion of your financial decision making. You have current spending, banking, insurance decisions, will and estate planning – all kinds of other things that are not even on the radar of a retirement plan. And, at the end of the day, a printout will not make your retirement work – you need consistent, on-going advice to see these things through to the end. So beware of the checklistless surgeon – and financial planners!
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Small Bathroom Renovation Made Easy
Fear not, owners of small bathrooms! Bathroom renovation for the cozy and compact doesn’t have to be a burden. In fact, it can even be fun and exciting, especially if you utilize this guide to make small bathroom renovation easy. You’ll find suggestions geared specifically toward small spaces, as well as tips that can create the impression of more space and open up your bathroom.
Wainscoting Is for All Size Bathrooms
Wainscoting is an easy process that knows no limits, big or small when it comes to the size of your bathroom. It is an aesthetic transformation that adds texture to any part of the wall that you choose. There are plenty of options, and it can be a DIY procedure if that’s easiest for you.
A Conversion Is a Pathway to Freedom
An easy way to add space to your small bathroom is to perform a tub-to-shower conversion. This allows you the freedom to dictate how big or small your shower will be since you are not hampered by the tub and the need for space to bathe. In addition, a shower allows for other options that will open up space in your bathroom, covered in detail below.
Shower Doors Should Open Up…The Room
If you’re upgrading to a shower door or getting rid of your old one, think about how you want it to open. Sliding doors don’t need any clearance. If you’re opting for a hinged door, think about making it as small as possible and make sure it opens up in a way that won’t be interfering with anything else in your bathroom.
Clear Glass = More Space
Frameless & clear glass shower doors can give the appearance of more space because they will eliminate visual barriers from the room. You may also want to make sure your shower walls are up to snuff with a new shower surround renovation since they will now be exposed to the entire room.
Let There Be Light
Opt for lighter colors and more solid patterns. Lighter colors and subtle tones will open up the room, and solid patterns will help create the illusion of more space. Keep this in mind when making design decisions for any aspect of your bathroom: shower surround, wainscoting, wall paint, furniture, etc.
Accessorize the Shower
Accessorizing your shower can allow you to add a design element to your existing space while simultaneously creating more storage within your shower. Maybe it’s time to move certain things from the linen closet to a towel bar or a corner shelf. Even replacing your faucets and fixtures for more simple ones can give the impression of more space. If you have a clear glass shower door, these shower accessories become part of the overall look of your bathroom.
Go Vertical, whatever that might mean for your bathroom. Utilize the space from the floor to the ceiling. Put a shelf somewhere new. Condense your tub area to a more vertically-oriented shower. Put a storage bin on top of something, even if it’s tough to reach. Before you know it, you’ll have more space and you’ll be wondering why you didn’t think of going vertical on your own. These are just a few ways in which renovating a small bathroom can stop being a nuisance and start becoming fun. Good luck with your project.