Gabriela Burgman, Living Peace Professional Organizer, brings you the fourth in a series devoted to nursery organizing. Be sure to stay tuned until the very end!
Another fabulous idea I learned from a client: use painter’s tape to hold and display children’s artwork on the walls. The tape can be used like a border for the picture and comes off cleanly to keep your walls looking great. If you’re not a fan of the blue, panter’s tape also comes in green. […]
Gabriela Burgman, Living Peace Professional Organizer, brings you the second video in a series devoted to organizing your baby’s nursery.
An often forgotten about space for storage is the back of doors. The Elfa Door Rack takes advantage of that space with adjustable bins and overdoor hooks (no tools required!). This product is an easy addition to any kitchen, pantry or utilitiy room. I suggested this product to a client with a large family. As […]
I love to see storage pieces used in ways they may not be marketed for. In this case, a vertical shoe organizer available at Ikea. This plastic organizer is designed to be attached to a wall and store shoes. A client of mine decided to purchase it to use for another purpose; art storage. The […]
Gabby Burgman, Living Peace Professional Organizer, brings you the first in a series devoted to organizational tips for your baby’s nursery.
Amanda Darlack, Living Peace Professional Organizer, shares her technique for keeping her car clear of trash.
Hillary Case, Living Peace Professional Organizer, offers some suggestions for making shopping lists for the grocery store and other errands.
Erin Elizabeth Wells, Living Peace founder and CEO, offers some suggestions to make new habits “stick.”
A client of mine loves to give gifts and send greeting cards to friends and family. She had been keeping her cards in several baskets but they were not in any order. After sorting the cards into similar categories: birthday, holiday, sympathy and so on, and purging some cards that she no longer cared for […]