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Advent! Day 23

Written byHelen Soutar

Helen is a strategist who specializes in Resilience. Mum to Harry and Kit who are both rapidly reaching the stage of looking down to her, she spends her days home educating and then escaping to her studio in the garden to work

23rd December 2018

Morning lovelies,

Now, I suspect you’re all either running around getting the last bits ready for Christmas or you’re basking in the knowledge that it’s all done and all you have to worry about for the next few days is getting through all the food and booze you’ve bought!

And I know that lots of you are saving these emails / posts to come back to after Christmas to work through properly.

So, what’s behind door 23, that we’re all going to ignore until January…?

It’s Tanya at Feng Shui for the Om!

If you decide to jump on board with the minimalist game from a couple of days ago, you might be interested to learn more about Feng Shui to implement after the big declutter.

Feng Shui is all about the flow of energy through spaces.  How to make your home feel calm, welcoming, inviting, like your sanctuary as well as your party space.  There are also lots of ‘cures’ which are believed to help with other aspects of your life – career, relationships, travel, money, health and so on.

Now I suspect this all sounds a bit ‘woo’ for some of you, but if nothing else, it’s a great starting point for working out what colours to use in different areas of your house

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