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November 19, 2021

911 Gratitude

I recently had to call 911 for a loved one who was having a stroke.  He is only 48 and in incredible shape. He works out at the gym several times a week, and also attends about 6 yoga or Pilates classes a week. He eats healthier than almost everyone […]
November 11, 2021

Sign Up For Home Organizing Group Classes!

After 6+ years of providing 1:1 home organizing sessions, I’ve finally decided to start offering group classes! Sign up here: https://seattlesparkle.com/kitchen-organizing-class-sign-up/ Is This You?: Do you want to get organized, but you’re plagued with procrastination? Maybe you’re a perfectionist who doesn’t want to get started because you don’t think you’ll […]
November 5, 2021

Taking Inspired Action

How often have you heard “inspirational” quotes about picking yourself up when you don’t want to, doing things you don’t want to do, pressuring yourself to work harder? I’ve personally heard so many teachers and coaches telling their students to do things even if they aren’t in the mood. Guess […]
October 28, 2021

Client Spotlight: Utility Closets

No matter where you live, whether it be in a small apartment or a large home, having an organized closet is always important. For this post, I’m highlighting 2 different utility closets in a super stylish apartment in Seattle. My client is very artistic, and has a great eye for […]
October 22, 2021

Multisensory Vision Board for an Organized Home

I help people get their homes organized.  One of the biggest hurdles for my clients to get over is BELIEVING that they can have an organized home.  If you have been disorganized all your life, you probably have some pretty limiting beliefs about whether or not you’ll EVER be able […]
October 15, 2021

Organizing for Artists Part 1

I’m a Professional Organizer with both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in art (specifically crafts and glass). As for organizing my own stuff, some things came naturally, and some I had to get help with. Artists have a lot of logistical issues to overcome- there’s a ton to think about! […]
October 8, 2021

ADHD and the Art of Receiving, Part. 2

Do you have trouble with your listening comprehension skills? What about your reading skills? Is it hard for you to visualize what is being explained, either through auditory or visual cues? What about learning through tactile or kinesthetic ways?  Last week I wrote “ADHD and the Art of Receiving, Part. […]
October 1, 2021

ADHD and the Art of Receiving, Part. 1

When someone gives you a compliment, what do you say? For example, let’s say you just baked a batch of cookies for some friends.  When they tell you how delicious they are, and what a talented baker you are, do you say “oh, I just cut up the Toll House […]
September 23, 2021

Organizing Kid’s Artwork

Happy fall! The autumn is the season to harvest what you’ve planted. Or in the case of kid’s artwork, it’s the time to collect everything that has been made over the summer (or throughout the previous school year(s)) so that you can make space for new artwork to be created. […]