Hillary Adams Case, Living Peace Professional Organizer, offers you tips for creating and maintaining a wedding checklist.
Amanda Darlack, Living Peace Professional Organizer, offers you tips for your moving project.
As if planning a wedding is not enough work, when you arrive home from the honeymoon the work of combining accounts and changing your name may be in the picture. I was overwhelmed at the process of changing my name; where do I go first? What documents do I need? In my research I came […]
Having both a husband and a teenage son with ADD, I have learned a few strategies for coping with the challenges each of them face. While the diagnosis was not a surprise, it was simultaneously comforting and disheartening. I was glad to know there was a medical condition which could be blamed, but the day-to-day […]
“Out of clutter, find simplicity. From discord, find harmony. In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.” – Albert Einstein
We’re delighted to introduce our: Living Peace “Tuesday Tips.” We are starting a series of short videos to provide you with home organizing, office organizing, and time management ideas and insights. Our Professional Organizing staff members will be offering their great organizing tips, product reviews, and insights about how to organize your life. To see […]
“Not what we have but what we enjoy, constitutes our abundance.”– John Petit-Senn Image: healingdream / FreeDigitalPhotos.net
The plug in my bathroom sink is broken. You know… that round silver thing in the bottom that allows you to plug the drain. It stays closed by default and will no longer magically lift when I pull on the lever behind the faucet. This unhappy fact become true a few weeks ago after several […]
You know, organizing isn’t just like eating. Organizing is also a lot like running. I started learning how to run this past spring. I’ve never been athletic but I wanted to find an excercise that I enjoyed and thought that it would be worth giving running a try. During the past few months, I’ve noticed […]
Many “creative types” latch onto the idea that to be a true artist, one must be care-free, free spirited, and unencumbered by rules or structure. I have heard more than one such person say that structure of any kind impedes the creative process. I disagree. And so do Drs. Hallowell and Ratey. In their book, […]