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Feng Shui Adjustments Demystified

Although feng shui cures are often specific to each situation (and the people living or working there), I’ve found that you can shift the energy of your space, from a feng shui perspective, with a high level of confidence when you understand the...

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Nine Tips to Set Up A Supportive Home Office

  With more and more people working from home over the past few months, the importance of having a supportive work space is more important than ever. It’s great if you have a separate room for your office. If you don’t, it’s...

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Feng Shui and Healthy Home Design

  Recently, I joined Kate Hamblet, a wellness architect and founder of Balanced Home, Balanced Life, on her Healthy Home Design podcast series. We discussed how feng shui relates to healthy home design. Beginning with the basics, I emphasized...

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2020 Year of the Yang Metal Rat

  Saturday, January 25, Chinese (Lunar) New Year, ushers in the year of the yang Metal Rat. This is the day of parades and celebrations. The day to make the annual adjustments in your home is February 4th, the solar new year. The Rat is the...

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How to Lay the Bagua Over Your Floor Plan

The feng shui bagua is a symbolic map of life issues that maps your home, every room in your home, your land and your workspace or business, to your life. For the majority of spaces, you place a grid of nine spaces, similar to a tic-tac-toe board,...

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New Hampshire’s Grand Hotels

I’ve always been fascinated with New Hampshire’s Grand Resort Hotels. During the peak period of 1825 – 1920, there were about twenty Grand Hotels, among over 200 hotels, inns and guest houses. Today, four remain: The Mount Washington Hotel...

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Spring Cleaning Review … Is Your House Making You Sick?

  Can a clean home also be unhealthy? Absolutely! Artificial air fresheners, scented candles, chemically-formulated cleaning supplies, flame retardant furniture coverings, plastics, and/or a very tight house, are some factors that...

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Puzzles, Problem-Solving and Feng Shui: Lessons Learned

Recently I was attracted to a complex, 1,000-piece puzzle. The scene is the four seasons of Central Park in NYC. Many of the colors blend together and pieces appear to fit in multiple places. When I opened the box, the project felt overwhelming. I...

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Redecorating Made Easier!

  Spring is a time of new beginnings. Are you feeling the shift in seasons and a desire to change your décor or to change your life? As your life evolves, it makes sense that your home and workspace should transform too. Afterall, your...

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Cultivating Joy and Happiness

  Recently I had the pleasure of reading The Book of Joy for my library book club. Published in 2016, this book is the result of Douglas Abrams interviewing the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu over the course of a week, at the Dalai...

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