Erin Elizabeth Wells, Living Peace Founder and CEO, shares with you some of the lists she created to help keep her wedding planning orderly. Task/Project Lists Wedding Projects List Wedding Task List (Organized by Month) Assigned Task List (by Person) Meeting Agendas (by person/vendor) (List of questions/topics to discuss) Timelines Week-of Timeline Day-of Timeline Packing […]
Amanda Darlack, Living Peace Professional Organizer, shares three tips to help you and your kids have a great summer.
Erin Elizabeth Wells, Living Peace Founder and CEO, describes her note card meal planning system.
Hillary Case, Living Peace Professional Organizer, offers three simple tips for organizing your attic.
Planning a wedding should be joyful, but it’s often hard to find joy in a process with so many pieces to organize. When my husband and I started our wedding planning, he brilliantly suggested that we use Google Docs to organize our ideas, to-do lists, invite list, and vendor contacts. Google Docs is an online […]
Erin Elizabeth Wells, Living Peace Founder & Professional Organizer, shares insights into how a professional organizer begins planning a move.
My fortune cookie the other night said, “Failing to plan is planning to fail.” One of my ongoing life lessons is that what I want to happen doesn’t just happen. I can’t wish something into existence. Believe me, I’ve tried. Weight loss. Cleaner house. Less debt. Um…nope. If I don’t identify a clear next action […]
“Some people dream of success… while others wake up and work hard at it”. ~Author Unknown This blog is going to be short and sweet. Re-read the above quote. Soak in its truth, which is this: Success of any kind takes intention and hard work. If we set a goal and then expect it to […]
Have you ever had one of those days when the world aligned and you managed to find time and energy for tasks you had never planned to do that day? That has been my day today. It started out as what my Living Peace colleague Susan would call “Money Monday” i.e. paying bills, running payroll, […]
How is it that summer vacation always catches me off guard? After talking with a few moms in my network, I’ve found that I’m not the only one that experiences this mysterious creeping up of June. It’s not as if the months change order, June always comes after May and yet, one week before school […]