I love my sleep, but I’ve discovered that I really love having time for a little morning quiet time before getting ready for work. When the alarm goes off (a little earlier than it used to), I get up, put on my bathrobe, and sit in my chair by the window. It’s dark outside, but […]
A friend recently told me she is trying to prevent Alzheimer’s by trying to remember everything she has to do (without writing it down) as a form of mental excercise. I’m all about mental exercise and keeping sharp, but I suggested that my friend do the crossword puzzle or a Sudoku instead of keeping her […]
Amanda Darlack, Living Peace Professional Organizer, offers a simple guide to help any adult looking to purchase gifts for a child this holiday season.
Amanda Darlack, Living Peace Professional Organizer, demonstrates how to use binders to organize paper as an alternative to a filing system.
10. Not everyone has been taught how to be organized. We can teach you organizing skills. 9. Being organized looks different for each person. We can help you create YOUR version of organized. 8. It’s more fun to organize when someone is doing it with you. (It goes faster too!) 7. Professional Organizers take confidentiality […]
You’ve done all this hard work choosing recipes, scheduling meals, and creating grocery lists. Now, I suggest one more step: assembling a meal plan notebook. What you will need: The cookbooks and recipe cards for all the recipes included in your meal plan Copier 3-ring notebook Page protectors Page protectors with section tabs (like these) […]
Amanda Darlack, Living Peace Professional Organizer, breaks down the acronym “SWABS.” This is the process Living Peace uses to organize.
Amanda Darlack, Living Peace Professional Organizer, offers some simple steps to help keep your family’s morning routine flowing smoothly.
In my previous two posts, I described how I’ve been creating a month’s worth of meal plans by choosing recipes and then scheduling them. Now, it’s time to make the grocery lists! What you will need: Your collection of recipes on sticky notes organized by week The cookbooks and recipe cards for all the meals […]
In the last post, I described how our family collected recipes in order to create a rotating meal plan. This post will describe the next step: deciding side dishes and scheduling meals for each week of your rotation. What you will need: Your collection of recipes written on sticky notes and organized into categories (see […]