Archive for November, 2009


Sunday, November 29th, 2009

I heard a great idea the other day. Limit your gifts for your family to three. We usually take care of daily needs during the year so Christmas doesn’t mean loading up with so many gifts that your loved ones can’t even remember who gave them what. Three meaningful gifts, one large two small, is a good thrifty tradition to start in your family!
Wise gift-giving is good Feng Shui!

Phone Work

Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

I want to let everyone know that I will be doing phone consultations. These consults are for spiritual counseling and for space clearing at the rate of $50 per call and one follow up is included. You can send a check by mail or use the pay pal option.

Outdoor Decorating

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

Before the snow is on the ground is the right time to hang up the outdoor decorations. Do it this week before the big dinner! You won’t have to worry about it later and their won’t be snow and ice to contend with.
If you live in a snow free zone…lucky you!

Close Proximity

Monday, November 16th, 2009

If your house is close a busy street, next to a cemetery, at the bottom of a steep hill, or next to a fast moving stream; you are probably losing vital energy. these places sap our strength!
Even heavy duty power lines nearby can make you tired and irritable.
choose your home with land around it if possible and plant trees and shrubs as a barrier to eyesores and unsettling places like cemeteries, funeral homes, or land fills.

Sleep Color

Saturday, November 7th, 2009

In the quest for better sleep, we must be aware of every aspect of the bedroom environment. If the bedroom is yellow, lime green, orange, or tomato red, you are not going to get sleep that is deep enough and long enough. These colors are mentally and physically stimulating, not restful!
Good sleep is good Feng Shui!

Eco-friendly cleaning

Monday, November 2nd, 2009

So many of us have strong reactions to chemicals in cleaning products. We are also trying to leave as little an imprint on the ecology of the planet.
Here’s a helpful tip…to clean sinks, mix 3 parts cream of tarter to one part hydrogen peroxide. this paste is super on stainless steel and on porcelain.
Eco-friendly is good Feng Shui!

Better Sleep

Sunday, November 1st, 2009

Sleeping better in the cold months of the year might seem easier since it is darker for more of the day. People who don’t get outside every day and exercise in the fresh air don’t sleep as deeply. Staying just as active in the winter as you are in the Summer is the challenge. Natural light and air that is not closed up in a heated building are two components that will keep you healthier.
To your good health!