In this week’s Tuesday Tip, Erin Elizabeth Wells, Living Peace CEO and Founder, shares some insightful ideas about using Evernote’s linking features for organizing notes.
In today’s Tuesday Tip, Yanely Estevez, Living Peace professional organizer, discusses how to accomplish the most important part of any organization project–getting started!
Gabriela Burgman, Living Peace professional organizer, has some great thoughts on how to organize the paper piles in your office and clear up some space on your desktop.
Melissa Belliard, Living Peace professional organizer, shares some ideas about using the SWABS system to organize your basement.
Erin Elizabeth Wells, Living Peace Professional Organizer, brings you the second in a series devoted to task management. In this video Erin explains the different ways one can create a master task list, be it digital or hand written. Task Management Part 1: Basics Task Management Part 2: Creating a Master Task List Task Management […]
Hillary Adams Case, Living Peace Professional Organizer, shares some helpful tips in her two part series on nursery organizing. In this video Hillary shares some ideas on how to re-organize a nursery closet for maximum efficiency. Part one of the series
Yanely Estevez, Living Peace Professional Organizer, shares some helpful tips on how to stay safe while organizing.
In this video, Living Peace Professional Organizer, Melissa Belliard, goes over the Living Peace organizing process called SWABS. SWABS stands for Sort, Weed, Assign homes, Buy containers and Set up & Label. This is a great process to help you organize anything that comes your way! Check out a previous blog post from Living Peace […]
In this video, Living Peace Professional Organizer, Gabriela Burgman, suggests some helpful tips on how you can clear more space on your desk by using your wall space. Gabriela offers some helpful tips like using bookshelves, wall shelving and file folders that you can attach to the wall.
In her final video in her Task Management Basics series, Living Peace Professional Organizer, Erin Elizabeth Wells, goes over how you can create priority in your master task list.