Beverly Farms, MA- November 19, 2010
An intimate collection of friends and family members gathered together on Sunday, November 14th to honor the beginning accomplishments of the two newest team members of Living Peace, LLC, New England’s largest professional organizing company.
“I feel privileged to have been accepted into a company that helped me develop my purpose as an organizer with Living Peace. This is the most accepting group of people I have had the honor of working with.,” so says Hillary Adams Case, one of two new professional organizers to go through the intensive six month training with Founder and CEO, Erin Elizabeth Wells.
Amy Anderson, the second newest member to graduate from Living Peace’s program, expands on the sentiment. “It did, at times, feel like a concentrated version of grad school, but the training was vital to learning the down-and-dirty business of organizing a clients’ home or office… and more importantly, getting a better idea of the relation between inner and outer-world chaos, and learning the most effective ways in helping the two find peace.”
This was the second graduation for Living Peace, LLC. Last Spring, the very first graduation ceremony was held to honor two other professional organizer team members. Then, like this time, Erin Elizabeth Wells spoke briefly about the history of the company, the training process, and then gave personal recognition to each of the graduates. The ceremony was concluded and the graduates (along with their friends and family) sat down to a wonderful brunch in their honor.
“Being part of a team that recognizes each member for their abilities and accomplishment is a testament to our mission at Living Peace – to help our clients do the same for themselves,” says Karen Mansur, Sales Associate for Living Peace, LLC.
ABOUT Living Peace® – Living Peace offers home organizing and office organizing services to help clients bring peaceful order to their everyday lives. Living Peace works one-on-one with home owners, entrepreneurs, and executives, to evaluate their organizing and productivity needs, providing them with plans and support to create significant changes in their daily lives. For more information, visit www.Living-Peace.com.