Being a caregiver is one of the toughest jobs, and the most rewarding. To make it even more rewarding (and more effective), try to remember the old saying: you can't take care of anyone if you don't take care of yourself first.
Have you met anyone who hasn't wanted a less-stressful holiday season? Me either! Having a stress-free holidays seems impossible! What with the shopping lists, the parties, the work gift exchanges and the fun holiday invites from every direction. I've assembled my short list of ways to de-stress the holiday and reduce clutter -- both physical and … Continue reading It’s Not too Early to Start Planning for a Clutter-Free Christmas
Happy National Golf Day! With its rolling green hills, twinkling ponds and hours of relaxed walking, who doesn't love a day out on the course? Well, that reminds me of a talk I gave to the Rotary Club of Stratford at Oronoque Country Club. I was speaking to the Stratford Rotary in a room that overlooked … Continue reading Feng Shui for National Golf Day
Hey Moms... I know your lives are ridiculously hectic. You put everyone else's needs before your own. And even with the sharing duties with your partner, I know the mental load of caring for the home falls on you. Our friends at The Giggling Pig in Shelton would like to help! You are invited you to … Continue reading Free Event: Feng Shui for Moms – 10/17/17
Recently a client of mine shared a story with me about how decluttering helped to save a marriage. My client, Orna, is a licensed marriage and family therapist in Stratford, Connecticut. Orna has been helping couples for decades. Recently we worked together, and Orna shared how caring and making decisions about the home impacts marriages... … Continue reading Decluttering marriage: a story
If you are like me and fortunate enough to live in a part of the country that is not currently in the path of hurricanes like Harvey and Irma or a wild fire (or experiencing an earthquake), now is a great time to think about how prepared you are for an emergency. I find myself … Continue reading Don’t Wait. Be Prepared.
Using your Feng Shui eyes is pretty easy to do. It takes some basic Feng Shui knowledge, a heightened awareness of your surroundings and some practice. How to Look at the Items in Your Home To use your Feng Shui eyes in your home means to take a little closer look at the items in … Continue reading Using your Feng Shui Eyes
Energy Healing for the Empath Self-Healing Techniques and Survival Skills for the Empath with Jessica Hunter of Hunter Healing Hands Friday, September 22, 2017, 6 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Register Now Are you an Empath? Empaths are highly sensitive individuals who so often struggle with navigating emotionally, physically, energetically, and spiritually in life. Empaths go through life … Continue reading “Self-Healing Techniques & Survival Skills for the Empath” with Jessica Hunter
A client of mine, Kathy, sent me a story about how her family's 1950s dining table taught her a lesson in letting go. Kathy's parents had raised their family around the table, and Kathy inherited it after her parents both passed. When she was ready to pass the table on, Kathy found the name of … Continue reading How a Table Taught Me to Let Go
What message is written on your coffee mug? Did you know that something as simple as what is written on your mug is almost as important as what is in your mug when it comes to how you feel? I like humor and laughs as much as anyone but sometimes we laugh at these types … Continue reading Can The Mug You Choose This Morning Change Your Day?