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Reasons to Love Changing Spaces: A Conversation With Jeannine Bryant

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~ Jeannine Bryant, Changing Spaces SRS

 

Meet Jeannine Bryant. It’s a good thing for the residents of Nebraska that filing isn’t the only thing that the owner of Changing Spaces SRS is good at. The team here at Argyle Octopus has known Jeannine for quite a while, but recently we decided we wanted to get to know her a little bit better. So, we asked her a few hard-hitting, honest, and intellectual questions—these are the stirring results. We were especially moved by #4.

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We asked Jeannine to take a moment to reflect on such age-old questions as,

“Chunky peanut butter or smooth?”

The answer to which is a resounding,

“Chunky!”

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And, “What was your first car?”

“A 1989 tan, “luxury” Oldsmobile with leather seats—which in her words was “a nice, reliable car, but uncool enough so my parents knew I couldn’t get into too much trouble with it.”

Here’s to really uncool first cars, Jeannine!

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Appropriately, Jeannine’s answer to

“What is your pet peeve?”—

“Clutter.”

We couldn’t appreciate more the beauty in a rightsizing professional who fights clutter.

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Now, most of us can remember how and when we first heard the truth revealed in our next question:

“When did you find out Santa Claus wasn’t real?”

“I had suspected for years, but the absolute answer was when I read it in a book—”A Christmas Sonata” by Gary Paulsen. Thanks, Gary.”

How could you, Gary?

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On a more serious note, we asked,

“What advice would you give your 16-year-old self?”

“This advice: “Remember who you are.” My great-aunt Marie said that to me before I left on my semester-long study abroad in college. She died before I returned home, and that advice has never left me.”

Well, Jeannine, thanks for being who you are, and for sharing your skills, compassion, and time, as an entrepreneur and an awesome client!

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Changing Spaces SRS offers caring assistance to seniors and their families as they transition to a new home and new chapter of life. They’re worth getting to know; check out their website:

ChangingSpacesSRS.com

Or like them on Facebook: Changing Spaces SRS

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