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 […]
My husband and I have some friends who like games just as much as we do. I’m talking about board games. While this is a great hobby, it does create the need for a way to store a large volume of boxes and game containers. My friends created this awesome shelving system to store and […]
Gabby Burgman, Living Peace Professional Organizer, brings you the third in her electronic organizing series.
In his book, It’s All Too Much, Peter Walsh offers a simple test to determine what kitchen utensils you are using and what can go: Not sure what you use and what you don’t? Here is a tried and true way to find out. Empty the contents of your kitchen utensil drawers into a cardboard […]
Amanda Darlack, Living Peace Professional Organizer, discusses her transition to using a Smartphone and how it has been a minor life event for her.
Hillary Adams Case, Living Peace Professional Organizer, offers some insight into the concept of creating organizational systems that fit your current needs.
Erin Elizabeth Wells, Living Peace founder and CEO, explains the difference between systems and habits.
I’m an organizer and I freely admit that keeping my dining table cleared off is a constant battle that is rarely won (except for days when we have people over for a meal). How can I share such an embarrassing weakness? I’m human and I know I’m not the only person who struggles with this issue. My dining table only […]