Karen Mansur, Living Peace Sales Associate, offers a tip on preparing your schedule for the week.
Amy Anderson, Living Peace Professional Organizer, discusses TaskRabbit.com and how it can help you delegate tasks.
Katrina Delisle, Living Peace Administrative Assistant, offers you tips for creating checklists for your projects.
Amy Donnelly, Living Peace Professional Organizer, offers you tips for finding the right weekly planner for you or your child.
How many times have you recognized that you have a choice between investing time or money? We have all experienced it. I can either work on this project myself for the next few hours (days, weeks), or I can hire someone who can do it for me. I firmly believe that our individualistic culture has […]
The next step is to assign tasks to a slot of time. For instance, decide that bills will be paid on the Fridays that correspond to payday. Dinner with friends fits best on Saturdays because Sundays are usually spent with family. Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays will be gym days. Now that you have weeded down your tasks […]
Learning to weed my time commitments has been one of the more difficult, but beneficial things I have done. It is difficult because deciding what is really important and necessary is easier said than done. For me, commitments break down into: things I want to do, things I have to do, and things I […]
One of the first and fundamental lessons at Living Peace is the 6 steps to organizing: Sort, Weed, Assign a Home, Buy/Locate, Setup, and Label. What I love about these steps is that they can be used to organize anything, including your time. I learned this at Living Peace and also through books like Julie […]
Do you ever wake up bright and early on a Saturday morning (okay, maybe not bright and definitely not early) and think: I am going to get that project done? You know you have nothing else planned, so you have the time. I did exactly that this weekend. Somehow the hours passed, each one occupied with something […]