Gabriela Burgman, Living Peace Professional Organizer, brings you the second video in a series devoted to organizing your baby’s nursery.
When I was a child, my mother worked as a word processor for a title insurance company. The first time I witnessed her typing up a record on the computer, I was amazed at how quickly her hands flew over the keys and how she could type without ever needing to look at the keyboard. […]
Gabby Burgman, Living Peace Professional Organizer, brings you the first in a series devoted to organizational tips for your baby’s nursery.
My clients have lately been asking, “How do I safely keep track of all my passwords”? I have created this quick primer for you on password management. It only scratches the surface of this organizing dilemma but it will get you started on the right foot. You can record all of your usernames and passwords […]
A client of mine told me a story of how she had to move out of her home temporarily and live in a much smaller apartment. She only took her utmost essentials. When she was able to move back into her home, she came to the sudden realization that she was able to live happily […]
Gabby Burgman, Living Peace Professional Organizer, brings you the third in her electronic organizing series.
I’d like to confess that although I love to organize, I dislike cleaning. My awesome husband usually picks up the slack or I pull marathon cleaning sessions before guests arrive. I don’t like either of these scenarios and right now hiring a cleaner is not an option. So I’m making it my new year’s resolution […]
I’m an organizer and I freely admit that keeping my dining table cleared off is a constant battle that is rarely won (except for days when we have people over for a meal). How can I share such an embarrassing weakness? I’m human and I know I’m not the only person who struggles with this issue. My dining table only […]
Gabby Burgman, Living Peace Professional Organizer, brings you the second video in this series devoted to email organizing.
Is your mail box getting stuffed each week with a growing number of catalogs from your favorite stores to those you don’t remember signing up for? Are they mounding up on your counter/table because you think you might look at them or are they filling up your recycling bin (and you feel guilty about all […]