Amazing Opportunity with Peter Walsh

 Moms today are busier than ever! 

Am I right?!


 We're balancing soccer practice, swimming lessons, family activities, church responsibilities, and so much more!  With so much on our plates, it can become incredibly difficult to stay organized!  In our house, even Little Man knows the dreaded words, "This place is a MESS!" Everyone knows Mom is happier when things are organized.  If it were up to me, everything would be color-coded and alphabetized.  (Remember my story book organization?) But it's a constant battle!

To help Moms like us stay organized, U.S. Cellular has teamed up with the amazingly talented Peter Walsh, famed organization expert, best-selling author and host of Oprah Winfrey Network's Enough Already! to offer 5 lucky moms across the country a dream makeover in the U.S. Cellular Multitasking Mom Makeover Contest.  Each mom won an organization consultation with Peter, a one-on-one, and a new wireless device from a U.S. Cellular wireless technology expert and a beauty makeover with local beauty experts.

Now the incredible Peter Walsh would like to extend his wealth of organization tips and strategies to you! 

At one of the mom makeovers, Peter will film a video answer to one Oopsey Daisy reader's burning organization question. 


Yes, it's true.  THE Peter Walsh will be filming an answer to one Oopsey Daisy reader's organization question!  What a fabulous opportunity!  This isn't a giveaway--Peter Walsh will be reviewing your comments and selecting ONE relevant organization question to discuss via video on the U.S. Cellular Facebook page.  Cool, huh??

Here's what to do:

Leave a detailed organization question in a comment below.  Also include your name and hometown along with your organization question.

This fabulous opportunity will only be available for 24 hours. So act fast!

You must leave a comment before Tuesday 8/9 at 2 PM MST.

Good luck!!

You can check out Peter Walsh's website here.

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  1. I go through the mail and pay the bills about once or twice every two weeks, but I can’t seem to find the motivation (or time) to file the papers away. I’m not sure how to manage all of the bills, coupons, and other mail. I’m not even sure what system works the best. I’m at a loss! Everything I try to do doesn’t seem to work (it’s probably just me). So, my question is how do you manage the paper clutter from mail?

    Rachael W. – Kingston, PA

    • Alison@Oopsey Daisy says

      YAY Rachael! Peter selected your question to answer! It will be filmed and then posted on the U.S. Cellular Facebook page on Monday, August 22nd. So cool! I can’t wait to see it!

  2. We live in a home in Chicago and our first floor functions as a play space, kitchen/dining, and office space. We have only one closet on the floor. Storage is a huge issue, and I’ve decluttered and donated a lot. The layout is tricky as the rooms are very small, because our home was built in 1938, My burning question is: how can I meld these different functions in small rooms while still being kid-friendly and stylish?

  3. I’m always at a loss about what do to with odds-and-ends, those little bits around the house that are part of something (I don’t always even know what!) or have a use, but that don’t seem to have a home. For example, looking at my kitchen counter right now, I’m seeing plastic milk bags a friend is collecting for charity work, bubble blowing solution, veggies from the garden that don’t fit in the fridge, spray glue and paint (for my crafts), paper, glue, markers, colouring books, playdoh, etc. for my boys, a rotating can of cooking utensils, canisters, appliances like a margarita mixer, bread machine and rice cooker that are bulky and take up a ton of space but are cumbersome to move around. There are library books, a jar that needs to be returned to my out-of-town parents, coupons, clothespins, and a lot (I’m ashamed to admit) more. I probably have 18 feet of counter space, yet not an inch to work at. Help!

  4. I’d like to find some nice-looking storage for my living room (main family living space). I feel like when company comes, we have to clear out the whole room of items, only to have most of it work its way back out of our bedrooms and into the living room. Michelle, Philadelphia, PA

  5. I am at a loss about what to do with my boys room. The stuffed animals and toys just never seem to get picked up and then they end up all over my house. I have weeded through them and set up different ‘put away’ spots but I just can’t keep the boys motivated to keep their things picked up. We also just have our living room and I would love to know some good organizational tips for keeping it clean and uncluttered with out being sterile and un-kid-friendly! Thank you soo much!!! Oh and any helpful ideas on how to help a ‘hoarder husband’ put his stuff away? Thanks 🙂

    Delina- Riverton, WY

  6. I got LOTS of hand-me-down clothes for my two kids (a 3.5-year-old girl and a barely 2-year-old girl) from multiple cousins. After my child has outgrown them, I store them away for my future children. My question is, how do I efficiently store all of these clothes and shoes before my child can wear them and after they’re done without making it a huge ordeal that takes up my whole life for a week?

    Valerie- Safford, AZ

  7. Lisa Stimpson says

    Hi! This is so funny because at the moment I am reading, for the second time, “It’s All Too Much”! I love this book because it really gets me in gear to tackle all the clutter around me. My big hassle right now is kid clothes. I have two kids, 3 and 1 and a baby due in December. We have a small house and I don’t know where to keep all the baby clothes or how to organize them. I haven’t really gotten rid of any because we are planning to have five kids and I know I will reuse the clothes. Any suggestions would be VERY helpful! Thanks for all you do!

  8. I found your blog very inspiring therefore I decided to leave you an award on my blog:

    Thank you for sharing your great ideas with us

  9. I have loved and been following Peter Walsh since Clean Sweep and have fantasized him walking through my home and forcing me to yard sale the majority of my home-sick, I know. Sometimes, one just needs that push.

    I have had several moves in the last few years and with each move, we seem to be moving into smaller and smaller homes. We know that our next move will be into something bigger (I’ll spare you the details of why I know this) so I don’t want to get rid of everything and then have to re-buy it in a couple years. I do have a good sized unfinished basement that I’m trying to utilize and make feel “homey” despite the cement walls and instillation sticking out below the ceilings. How can I organize this space and make it feel like an area where I actually don’t mind going to?

  10. Lisa Stimpson says

    How do we know whose comment Peter will answer and when the video will be shown? Thanks!

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