When you transition from marriage through divorce, there's a whole lot of stress, upheaval and negative energy in your life and in your space. Feng shui can support you through divorce in multiple ways, and at different times in your transition. Let's take a look. Feng Shui During the Divorce While you are going through … Continue reading How to Feng Shui Your Way through Divorce
It is a vicious cycle: anxiety or depression can lead to a cluttered home. And a cluttered home can also lead to depression and more anxiety. When we are caught up in this cycle of clutter and depression, we tend to do less about the house, which makes it even worse. thither But which came first … Continue reading Which Comes First: Clutter or Depression?
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.
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