Planning, Setting Goals + Intentions with Bullet Journaling – Part 2 – Living Peace Tuesday Tip

Planning, Setting Goals + Intentions with Bullet Journaling – Part 2 – Living Peace Tuesday Tip

In today’s Tuesday tip, Sara Valverde, Living Peace Professional Organizer highlights some of the things you can do with a bullet journal and shows us a few of her own pages that help to keep her organized and on track with her goals. Some useful links to get started with your own bullet journal: Bullet […]

The Ins & Outs of Organizing your Photos: Preventing Photo Disorganization from the Get-Go

The Ins & Outs of Organizing your Photos: Preventing Photo Disorganization from the Get-Go

If you have thousands of disorganized print and digital photographs, the backlog more than likely seems overwhelming. How about we take a step back and think about today … Will you be adding to the backlog of disorganized photos with each new picture you take or picture you are given? Let’s talk about some tips and pointers for how you […]

Organizing Pitfalls #13: Trying to “Get Organized” in a weekend

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 […]

Grieving Your Empty Nest, and Reclaiming Your Schedule

Hello, fellow empty nesters!  Today I’d like to talk about the grieving process and how it relates to our current situation, and give you some suggestions as it relates to the organizing process.  Some of you may be familiar with the work of Elisabeth Kübler-Ross in her 1969 book “On Death and Dying.”; she proposed […]