In the twenty-first century, people are living longer and healthier lives after retirement, and “downsizing” is a topic that is often discussed. Downsizing can refer to a spatial change and can take on many forms: single-family bungalows, condominiums, apartments, retirement communities, mobile homes, and multi-generational households, to name a few. Downsizing can also be financial, such as selling a higher-priced property and choosing more modest accommodations with lower monthly expenses. In Downsizing: Lots of Choices, senior move managers Doug and Judy Robinson explore the issues related to each downsized lifestyle, including whether to downsize financially, spatially, or for healthcare reasons. Filled with many questions to ask oneself, this book provides important insights and matters to consider when downsizing. Book One of the eight-book series The Best of the Rest.