Closets can be tricky. We think we need everything. It’s a storage area that we trick ourselves into thinking “out of sight – out of mind.” In Feng Shui – all spaces count. Use this great article to get your closet cleared out, functional, and happy – feel good in your clothes again! By Gail Cole
For better or for worse, people usually want to learn more when they discover how their closet and clothes . . . → Click this link to read more: Clearing Your Closet with Feng Shui
Enjoy this lovely story of a Feng Shui laundry room rejuvenated and appreciated in Airing My Dirty Laundry by Sondra Abbott! Take a unfunctional and lack-lustre space and making it functional, useful, and beautiful! Beautiful enough to leave the door open!
I would love to show you a picture of my laundry room before I renovated it. Unfortunately, in my whirlwind attempt to rid our house of chaos, and myself of extra work, I blasted . . . → Click this link to read more: Airing My Dirty Laundry
When you think of your home, do you think harmony? Life can seem anything but harmonious, chaotic at times. Busyness, demands take energy and leave us drained. We need a place for retreat and restoration. We need to Create Harmony at Home by Julie Ann Segal
What does a harmonious home look like? One way to define harmony is a “pleasantness in arrangement”. By paying special attention to design and maintenance of our homes, we . . . → Click this link to read more: Creating Harmony at Home
Feng Shui Transitions – I know a few things about this! People asked me about applying feng shui when you are in transitional spaces. And since I recently uprooted myself from Nashville where I’ve lived virtually my entire life, and moved to Los Angeles, it seems like the perfect time to talk about it.
It is such a great question as so many folks are in transition right now – between jobs, between careers, between . . . → Click this link to read more: Feng Shui Transitions Gypsy-Style
A Good Night Sleep for Kids – and for Yourself – Apply Feng Shui in the Bedroom
An essentional? A Good Night Sleep for Kids! A child who complains that she can’t sleep because “there are monsters under the bed” may be onto something. Of course parents know there isn’t a monster under there, but there might be dust bunnies, food wrappers, dirty laundry, broken toys, and crumbled comic books. All of these items . . . → Click this link to read more: Feng Shui Your Child’s Bedroom for a Good Night’s Sleep
Learn how Feng Shui and Guest Rooms can be a perfect match for your home! From Terah Kathryn Collins
Summer is the high season for traveling. Whether you‘re planning to be a guest or have guests, here are some Feng Shui tips to assure a “bon voyage.“
A guest room is a luxury that some homes are blessed with. When you have the space for a dedicated guest . . . → Click this link to read more: Feng Shui and Guest Rooms
Indoor Plants Improve Overall Indoor Air Quality! Read about this phenomenon in this article by Feng Shui Consultant and Architect, Anjie Cho
It’s finally starting to get warmer here in New York City. My indoor plants are loving it! I made a little instagram collage of the plants around my apartment here in the Lower East Side. It’s a great time to start giving your house plants some special attention.
. . . → Click this link to read more: Refresh Your Indoor Plants
Holistic home living is embraced with conscious eating, preventive and alternative medicine, and simplicity. Find 4 ways to make it simple with Tisha Morris
Although I don’t have any linguistic rules to back me up, I feel like it’s not coincidental that the word “HOME” includes the word “OM” and has the same prefix as the word “HOLISTIC.”
Holistic home living is being more and more embraced with conscious eating, preventive . . . → Click this link to read more: Four Ways to Create a Holistic Home