“Care for our actual houses, however humble, is also care for the soul.” – Thomas Moore We want our homes to be havens. A place we share with our families and friends. Our own little sanctuary, an extension of ourselves where we relax and can be ourselves. We have visions of how we want it to look. Thoughts of how […]
It’s summer time, and you might have some organizing projects that you’d love to get done while there’s bright light and warm weather. Particularly in these early summer days before it starts getting abominably hot. However, allow me to offer a thought to help you avoid one of the common organizing pitfalls that I see people each […]
This week we dig into the Living Peace Archives and bring you an encore presentation on Protecting your Treasures. In this short video series,Gabriela Burgman, Living Peace Professional Organizer offers tips, techniques and how-to’s on the storing, preserving and archiving of your cherished memorabilia and keepsakes. Part One: Properly Storing Items you Want to Protect […]
One challenge I face with my clients on a regular basis is how to store everyday items in a way that looks aesthetically pleasing and is functional. I wanted to share this story about storing tea bags with the hope that it will inspire you to implement your own creative storage system for your everyday […]
Melissa Belliard, Living Peace Professional Organizer, shares some techniques she used to help stay organized while preparing her son for college.
Yanely Estevez, Living Peace Professional Organizer, offers some simple tips to help ensure success when developing a new habit.
Gabriela Burgman, Living Peace Professional Organizer, brings you the first in a series devoted to properly storing items you want to protect from the elements.
Erin Elizabeth Wells, Living Peace Founder and CEO, shares with you one of the realities of living with a messy person, and some advice for how to deal with it.
Erin Elizabeth Wells, Living Peace Founder and CEO, offers a suggestion for capturing home improvement and organizing tasks in your home. Online task management tool Erin refers to: Asana.com
Hillary Case, Living Peace Professional Organizer, brings you the third in a series devoted to making your home move as successful as possible.