I recently met a family who has dozens and dozens of board games that they like to play with friends. The problem is that when they want to play, they can’t remember what all their choices are. So I suggested two things: 1. Keep all the board games together. Currently, the games are stored in […]
Erin Elizabeth Wells, Living Peace Founder and CEO, offers a few tips for organizing business cards.
I confess that I’ve had to work hard at keeping track of my keys. At home, they always go on the hook right inside the door. That’s worked well for years. But I’ve had trouble keeping track of my keys when I’m not at home. Just put them in your purse, right? Well, I have this […]
Hillary Case, Living Peace Professional Organizer, offers a simple solution to organizing receipts.
Have you caught Spring fever yet? Are you eager to pack away the down comforters and buy new warm-weather bedding to brighten up your bedroom? After your purchase, DON’T TOSS THAT GREAT ZIPPERED PLASTIC BAG your new goodies came in! Instead, save it for some easy craft organizing. Use the bag to store all the great yarn that […]
Tricia Lauducci is welcomed to the Living Peace team with her tips on an organized move.
Did you ever think there may be an alternative use for a toilet bowl brush other than scrubbing the toilet? There actually is! The tight, coarse bristles on the brush work well to pick up stray pieces of string on carpets. This is especially helpful for quilters who are often cutting small pieces […]
Amanda Darlack, Living Peace Professional Organizer, offers a simple idea to help keep on top of household cleaning.
Hillary Case, Living Peace Professional Organizer, describes the benefits of using a digital format for organizing your finances.
In preparation for my presentation “The ABC’s of Raising Organized Kids,” I’ve come across a little gem of a book. Growing-Up Organized: A Mom-to-Mom Guide by Lea Schneider is an easy-to-read book brimming over with practical suggestions for organizing both your home and your time. It covers: Children’s bedrooms Closets Homework Toys Laundry Chores Time […]