Treat Your Car As You Do Your Home

I feel it is important to keep your car as clean as you do your home.  For many of us, our car is an extension of our home because we spend so much time in it.   Take the time to keep it orderly by removing trash daily and maintaining a schedule for cleaning and […]

Always Connected: Best for Business?

I had to share this insightful article from our friend Ellen Kaplan, a business coach.  Yes, there is a such as thing as too connected.  I hope you find her strategies helpful. “Real generosity toward the future lies in giving all to the present.” – Albert Camus With today’s technology, one can be constantly available […]

Honor the Memories, Not the Stuff

Attic’s packed to the gills.  Garages and basements loaded with boxes.  It’s all part of the age-old dilemma of what to do with all of our stuff.  I ask you this: do you really believe that the stuff holds the memory?  While I do believe there are sacred objects that should hold a place of […]

Zen & the Art of Life Management

Tea & the Art of Life Management from jesse jacobs on Vimeo. While long, this video is well worth the time. Listen to Tim Ferriss (author of The Four Hour Work Week and his Lifestyle Design Blog) and Leo Babauta (author of Zen to Done and the Zen Habits Blog) along with Susan O’Connell (San […]

Erin Elizabeth Wells Interviewed by Radio Host Mike Bonacorsi

Erin Elizabeth Wells, Founder and CEO of Living Peace, will be on the Mike Bonacorsi Show again on Tuesday, November 2, 2010 from 12 noon to 1:00 pm on WSMN 1590AM.  (Click to listen live). Erin will be discussing the issue of organizing inherited belongings.  Unlike the experiences of our ancestors for whom that might […]

Creating External and Internal Space

Have you ever walked into a room and had an immediate visceral response to the disorganization and clutter?  You may have felt anything from disgusted, to uncomfortable, to agitated, to downright panicky. Now imagine it is YOU whose daily life is surrounded by such disarray.  Clutter of any magnitude doesn’t just happen overnight; it accumulates.  […]