My husband quips that I can usually be found at “fine stores everywhere”… and he’s often right. I love to shop. But I also love to have a selection of clothing that plays nicely together. This is what works for me. As soon as I get home I hang up the new items in my […]
In her New York Times Bestseller The Happiness Project, Gretchen Rubin starts her year-long Happiness Project with a focus on vitality and a plan to boost her energy. One of the things she tackels is her clutter, noting that “Household disorder was a constant drain” as well as acknowledging the “psychic clutter of loose ends”. She […]
Susan Stone, Living Peace Professional Organizer, offers a tip for travel planning.
I had a great conversation recently with my friend and colleague, Deidre Danahar of In Motion Consulting and Coaching about my favorite topic – ORGANIZING. Deidre was preparing for a television segement on how to get organized – something we both feel passionate about. In my coaching practice, and now in my organizing work, I […]
Susan Stone, Living Peace Professional Organizer, offers tips for organizing your closet.
Handy tips from AARP.org on shredding: SHRED: Everything that has your: Signature Birthdate Social Security number Account numbers Passwords PINS SHRED: After 45 days Credit card statements unless you need them for tax purposes or proof of purchase SHRED: As soon as the transaction appears on your statements Bank deposit slips ATM receipts Credit card […]
Susan Stone, Living Peace Professional Organizer, offers tips on office organizing. Here is a link to the Gaiam Balance Ball Chair Susan makes reference to.
I find the older I get, the more products I need on a daily basis to create the “natural” look. And when I travel, I try and do carry-on whenever I can, so limiting my liquids to the quart size baggy is critical. Sometimes even the allowed 3oz of a product is just too much and […]
Susan Stone, Living Peace Professional Organizer, offers a tip about office organizing. Here are the links which Susan refers to: DMA OptOut EcoCycle
“It is good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters in the end.” – Ursula LeGuin