Category Archive: Well Being / Stress Reduction

Aug 01

Feng Shui Your Move

Whether you are moving a family of five, are a downsizing senior, moving into your first apartment or are moving your business, the process of moving can be stressful. However with a few Feng Shui strategies, you can ease the hassle and contain the stress — turning a nightmare into a dream. Your first move …

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Jun 30

Three Ways to Reduce Stress on Your Patio

 Stress relief and the elimination of anxiety go hand in hand with relaxation and downtime. Imagine lying down in a hammock with a summer breeze gently swaying through the trees. Feel the relaxation and relief flowing through your veins as you sip your cool drink. No, you don’t have to be on the beach or …

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Dec 02

Reduce Holiday Stress using Feng Shu

People often celebrate as many as three or four holidays during this time of the year. Unfortunately, each can be filled with stress wrapped in many shapes, sizes and packages that can far overshadow the potential for joy. The biggest stressor for many is having too much to do in the limited time allotted. It …

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Mar 14

Is Tired the New Norm?

Downtime is a necessity in today’s warp-speed world. We are so busy making a living and consumed in day-to-day activities that we often do not have time to enjoy life. We tend to over-commit, never say no and turn into workaholics – always doing something or going somewhere. Are you someone who never takes time …

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Sep 28

Relieve Stress by Getting In-Control

“When we long for life without difficulties, remind us that oaks grow strong in contrary winds and diamonds are made under pressure,” said Peter Marshall, former pastor of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, who also twice served as Chaplain of the United States Senate. Call it difficulties, tragedies or problems, some people face catastrophic events …

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Jul 20

Summer provides great energy

No matter where you live or how you spend your days during the summertime, the longer hours of daylight and warm sunshine are filled with positive uplifting energy. This is the perfect time of the year to open your windows and doors and allow the fresh summer air to enter the home and meander through, …

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Jun 11

Create patios for “downtime”

No matter where you live, summer, patio living and relaxation all require energy that provides peace, quiet and the opportunity to rest, read a book and step out of the fast lane. Life changes for many of you when summer arrives. The children are out of school so there are fewer scheduling conflicts. Shopping and running errands …

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Jun 11

Unclutter your world

A number of fearful looks appear on customers’ and students’ faces when I suggest that clutter and stagnant energy might be at the root of the dilemmas they are dealing with. In fact fear strikes at the heart of many when I ask “why are you keeping years of magazines that date back to 1935, letters your husband’s …

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Jun 11

Have you overcome the “hurricane blues”

So many people I’ve spoken to recently are still struggling with what I call the “hurricane blues”. Their houses are still in utter chaos because of re-construction, their cages are still is disrepair or their offices were damaged but when repaired are just not the same. Their lives have been put on hold and their belongings are …

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Jun 11

Can you have too many pictures

Is it possible to have too many pictures hanging on your walls and placed so carefully on your tables, dresser, bookshelves, window sills and desk? Do walls and furniture tops need to breath and have space for energy to slowly meander? Are you personally affected by the energy of the pictures you’ve surrounded yourself with? Can you have …

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