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January 9, 2020

What Is Chronic Disorganization

January is “National Get Organized Month”. This is an exciting time of year, especially for people who are finally ready to get organized! Magazines, books and organizing supplies flood the market.  But many of these conventional tips and products are geared toward the people we think of as “left-brain dominant” […]
January 3, 2020

Making a Budget and Sticking To It

By Erica Rodgers Not too many people enjoy making a budget and sticking to it. It usually is quite a challenge, and sometimes even a despised one. We all wish we could be as thrifty as the Ingalls family in Little House on the Prairie: Canning all the crops and […]
December 12, 2019

Winter Solstice Intention Setting

The Winter Solstice is on Saturday, December 21st.  This is when I like to reflect on the current year and set my intentions for the upcoming year. I like to write my intentions up and then check in with them throughout the year to make sure I am staying on […]
December 5, 2019

Ungrateful to Grateful

Blog post by Erica Rodgers, Motivational Coach, Digital Organizer, Virtual Assistant Powerhouse Person for Seattle Sparkle Life is hard sometimes. Busier than we presume most days. Even unexpectedly crummy. We have all at one point or another shrugged our shoulders and said, “well, that’s life”. But is that just a […]
October 3, 2019

The Equinox is a Time of Balance

According to the Washington Post, “the autumnal equinox is the halfway point between our longest and shortest days of the year — a time when Earth and the sun seem to stand in geometrical balance. It’s the exact moment when the sun appears straight over Earth’s equator (zero degrees latitude) […]
September 16, 2019

ADHD and Organization

There are lots of myths, controversy and misunderstandings about what Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is. It was once thought to be a disorder that primarily affects boys who were a disruption in the classroom. As more research was done on ADHD, the list of causes and symptoms became more […]
September 12, 2019

Continuing Your Education

My last post was about helping school-aged kids prepare for the start of the school year.  As an organizer, I love to help kids and their parents create a system that works for them. What about adults? I firmly believe in the power of continued education.  Once graduated from school, […]
March 1, 2019

8 Ways To Keep Your New Year’s Resolution Past February

New Years Eve fireworks are often to resolutions what shooting stars are to wishes. We place our hopes upon them with full intentions of following through with our ambitious plans in the year ahead. But come Valentine’s Day, research has shown that most of us have already given up on […]
July 2, 2018

Clearing Clutter with Feng Shui

While I was helping one of my dear clients, she pulled out one of her favorite organizing books to show me.  It was Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui by Karen Kingston.  I was first introduced to Feng Shui back in 1999 when I was studying Architecture at Drexel University in […]