At the beginning of 2016, I attended a yoga class where the instructor invited us to set an intention or goal for the new year. One thing she suggested was to choose a word or two to represent that intention. From that class, I came out with two words: Simplify and Beautify. My children are […]
In today’s Tuesday Tip, Living Peace Professional Organizer, Sara Valverde offers useful tips and talks about the benefits of downsizing your book collection.
I don’t know about you, but my daughters’ clothes seem to multiply in their closets! Fortunately for me, I have two daughters, and the younger one can eventually wear the hand me downs of the older one (given that they’re still in decent shape). A while ago, I adopted a crating method for our family’s […]
In today’s Tuesday Tip, Melissa Belliard, Living Peace Professional Organizer shows us that even organizers have areas that need organizing! She takes us through what she started with, what she did and the end result as she organized her DVD collection.
In today’s Tuesday Tip, Living Peace Professional Organizer Sarah Stockwell, shares her tips for organizing recipes. She gives an overview of 4 of the easiest & best ways she has found from online to using binders. Site links mentioned in Video: Paprika Pepperplate Cooking with the NY Times Epicurious Evernote
In this special edition of the Living Peace Tuesday Tips series , Tony B demonstrates how he organized his Nintendo DS and proves that it’s never to early to get your child involved in and teach them organizing skills. Tony is a great example of how all the cool kids are doing it! […]
In today’s Tuesday Tip, Gabriela Burgman, Living Peace Professional Organizer asks “Do you feel too busy to get organized?” Join Gabby as she demonstrates how you can organize your medicine cabinet in 15 minutes and shares how something that you think would take much longer can actually be done quickly. […]
Since our work as professional organizers often involves helping people declutter their bathrooms, it is common for us to find medications that are past their expiration date. In the past, we would have likely thrown them in the garbage or dumped them down the drain, but these days, the FDA (U.S. Food & Drug Administration) […]
Now that you can get your kids out the door in the morning, let’s make it even easier on you by enlisting your kids’ help in making their own lunches. I have a friend who is a kindergarten teacher. Years ago, even before she transitioned back to work, she enlisted her young kids to make […]
In todays Tuesday Tip, Living Peace professional organizer Melissa Belliard talks about “Moving On” – a book that offers useful tips and discusses topics for us as we face our parents aging, having conversations, downsizing, and preserving special memories. Melissa touches on the resources, and checklists and highlights the lessons learned from others going through […]