Hillary Case, Living Peace Professional Organizer, offers three simple solutions to help keep the bathtub safe and functional. Follow this link to see an example of a corner tension system.
Amanda Darlack, Living Peace Professional Organizer, demonstrates how to use binders to organize paper as an alternative to a filing system.
A client of mine decided she wanted to tackle her laundry room. This space was also used for storing cleaning supplies. We began by pulling everything out and categorizing items. She weeded out any items she no longer wanted or items that had dried up. We were still left with a significant number of products; […]
Amanda Darlack, Living Peace Professional Organizer, breaks down the acronym “SWABS.” This is the process Living Peace uses to organize.
Erin Elizabeth Wells, Living Peace Founder and CEO, gives advice on the second step in delegating work. In this video, Erin focuses on the question of, “how do I find the right person to delegate a task to?”
Hillary Adams Case, Living Peace Professional Organizer, offers three simple tips to help keep your locker organized this academic year.
Amanda Darlack, Living Peace Professional Organizer, offers three simple tips for keeping scrapbooking supplies in order.
Hillary Case, Living Peace Professional Organizer, responds to a viewer’s question of, “how to I utilize deep shelves in my pantry?” The container referred to in the video can be viewed here.
Erin Elizabeth Wells, Founder and CEO of Living Peace, joined Mike Bonacorsi once again on his weekly radio show on Tuesday, June 13, 2012 on Nashua’s 1590AM. Bonacorsi, a Certified Financial Planner, focuses his work on the Baby Boomer generation and preparing them for retirement. Mike and Erin were joined by Denyne Sanville, Interior Designer. […]
These drawer dividers are a great alternative when traditional drawer organizers do not work. In working on a desk organizing project with a client, we discovered that the pre-made drawer organizers in stores were either too big or too small. We wanted to be able to take advantage of as much space as we could. […]