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March 12, 2020

Want to Get Organized? Start With Your Health

A personal interview between Naturopathic Doctor Jenna Rayachoti and your one and only Erica Rodgers of Seattle Sparkle By Erica Rodgers Your picture of health, like many, may look like this: drinking plenty of water, eating healthy foods for your body, enjoying the little things in life, running (or walking […]
February 19, 2020

Mastering Personal Routine

By Erica Rodgers “What are you up to this weekend?” is the normal Friday question from a friend, co-worker, husband, wife, or a friendly/nosy salesperson. “Oh, I have lots to do this weekend. Grocery store, shopping for new running shoes and I am going to tackle the attic on Sunday!” […]
February 6, 2020

Planning For A Pet

By Erica Rodgers A new addition to your family could mean a baby or a pet. Even if you are to arrive with a pet, pack a bag for the day you get to bring your new furry, scaly, slimy animal home. Whether old or new, big or small there […]
January 31, 2020

Digital Overload

By Erica Rodgers What is on your laptop or tablet? Apps, thousands of photos, documents that are from 2010 (Can you believe that is 10 years ago?), maybe a multitude of music. More and more paper files are going “out of style” and digital files are piling up in our […]
January 24, 2020

How to Style Yourself with Love in Mind

An Interview with Personal Stylist Liz Weber of Style Shimmy By Erica Rodgers What is in your closet? A mass collection of shirts, shoes, pants, skirts, etc? Or a few pieces that cover the basics? Maybe something in between. Possibly you take up two closets. Any way you cut it, […]
January 18, 2020

Organizing for Creative People

“Fitting in is the opposite of belonging”. -Brene Brown.   I love helping creative people get organized and stay organized! As a creative person myself, I have experienced many of the challenges that I help my clients with. There is a stereotype that creative people can’t also be logical, sequential and […]
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 5, 2020

5 Tips for Organizing Your Pots and Pans

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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 […]