“Erin—You were a joy to work with/ very pleasant – very motivated. You have a great passion for your work and it shows! You worked hard to keep me focused, and now it’s up to me!”
Through our holistic “integrated life” approach, the Living Peace® mission is to:
- Develop organizing systems that allow our clients to feel at peace in their daily lives.
- Support our clients in creating powerful habits and learning essential organizing skills that empower them to maintain the organized lifestyles they desire.
- Provide ongoing assistance and maintenance support to enable our clients to focus on their core passions and priorities.
- Increase and improve the education available for Professional Organizers in our efforts to raise the standards of the industry and expand the influence of the Living Peace® holistic organizing model.
In spring 2003, Erin Elizabeth Wells became inspired to develop the business that quickly became Living Peace® Professional Organizing. Working at the time for a wonderful, yet terribly over-committed, Italian professor at Yale University, Erin helped him to reorganize his office and consulted with him on a variety of time and task management issues thus improving both his office functionality and his personal productivity. Erin realized that many people must be struggling with similar challenges, and thus Living Peace® was born.
After three years of growing Living Peace® as a one-woman business, Erin began to expand and bring in other organizers to work with clients and began establishing the current multi-organizer business model for Living Peace®.
In 2007, Erin recognized her passion for teaching and supporting new organizers entering the industry, so she began to develop seminars and training opportunities hoping to support new organizers in developing strong businesses and to spread the influence of Living Peace® Professional Organizing yet further.
Now, Erin has achieved her multi-year vision of expanding to a staff of seven employees and five contractors able to serve Living Peace® clients throughout the Greater Boston Area as well as offering an expanded selection of organizing-related informational products and organizer education opportunities to continue supporting the development of the industry.