SPRING FENG SHUI CHALLENGE
Most of us have at least a handful of places in our homes that are waiting for some spring cleaning attention. The amazing thing is that once we clean up congested parts of our home and cupboards, we actually freshen and clear up our minds and health.
With the holidays upon us, it is a perfect time to freshen our New Year outlook.
Feng Shui, pronounced ‘fung shway’ or ‘fung soy’ means ‘wind, water’.
It is the traditional Chinese method of using observed universal laws of energy for the benefits of happiness, health, good relationships, personal and business success and vitality.
It can be applied to the manner in which our homes and workplaces can be designed and furnished to optimise beneficial energy flows. Try these common-sense starters: ■ Remove garden rubbish and alleviate bad smells ■ De-clutter by cleaning out the old and unused to make space for the new ■ Remove old clothes, shoes and unused items ■ Fix leaky gutters and taps ■ Repaint flaking and fading paint ■ Discard expired food and broken items ■ Bin old, chipped and broken crockery ■ Clean away cob-webs and dust ■ Spring clean walls, windows, curtains, bedding, and carpets To book in your own detailed, customised form, school and compass school report and design, phone Joanne Galea on (07) 4696 8064 at Designs For Creation Pty Ltd (QBCC Lic No. 1188614).