Planning a Road Trip this Summer?

It’s that time of year!  More than 80% of people who travel in the summer will do so by car. What can you do to be organized for these trips? Here’s some tips to help you prepare, organize and pack for your summer travel. Plan Ahead: What car trips will you need to make this […]

Planning a Move – Getting Ready for the Big Day

Planning a Move – Getting Ready for the Big Day

Are you planning to move or thinking about moving soon?  If so, you may want to consider preparing for the big event by decluttering early and often. Going through 5, 10, or 15+ years of “stuff” can be a daunting task, overwhelming and filled with stress but ask yourself, “Do you really want to pay […]

Organizing Yourself for Spring Cleaning!

It’s been a long winter here in New England, and even though it’s only hitting the high 40’s, people are already driving around with their windows down and no jacket!  I know the cabin fever and nicer weather combine to make us itchy for some spring cleaning, so here are some tips for you:   […]

Organizing Projects for a Snowy Day

If you live in the Northeast or any part of the country where it snows often during the winter, you eventually get a little cabin fever.  Why not channel that extra energy into something productive?  Here are some ideas for organizing your home on a snowy day (for those who live in non-snowy areas, perhaps […]

Back to Basics Organizing – Living Peace Tuesday Tips

In this video, Living Peace Professional Organizer, Melissa Belliard, goes over the Living Peace organizing process called SWABS. SWABS stands for Sort, Weed, Assign homes, Buy containers and Set up & Label. This is a great process to help you organize anything that comes your way! Check out a previous blog post from Living Peace […]

Grieving Your Empty Nest, and Reclaiming Your Schedule

Grieving Your Empty Nest, and Reclaiming Your Schedule

Hello, fellow empty nesters!  Today I’d like to talk about the grieving process and how it relates to our current situation, and give you some suggestions as it relates to the organizing process.  Some of you may be familiar with the work of Elisabeth Kübler-Ross in her 1969 book “On Death and Dying.”; she proposed […]