With age comes the aging process. Cell regeneration slows down and this causes changes to our bodies that in some cases are more noticeable in different parts than others.
So where do we begin. Let’s start with a tour of the house with an eye towards really noticing how each space makes you feel. Walk into every room and down the hall and up the stairs and really notice what you see and how you feel as you walk through the different spaces. If there are certain areas that make you feel better than others try to figure out why. Is it the colors? The hampton bay? Furnishings? Or is it just good memories associated with the space?
I see so many people who sell on Etsy, and take quick snapshots of their jewelry/art/accessories draped over carpets, tablecloths and even on lawns! It really doesn’t flatter their hard work!
Remember those annoying little paper jewelry boxes that you get with every purchase? Don’t throw them out. Instead utilize them to clean your desk or bathroom drawer. Remove the lids and clip the boxes together to fit the inside of your drawer. You can now use them to categorize and store your little things such as paper clips, erasers, notepads and other small items.
To start, ask yourself how you would prepare for such a situation such as no electricity. This is an odd thing because it’s normally only missed when it isn’t there. You’ll need to target several different areas of your event and make sure that they’re flexible enough to either compensate or can be solved quickly and without struggling.
One area that you are going to want to take particular care of is the entrance to your home. This is where the Chi enters your house so it has to be as welcoming as you can make it. You’re going to pick up pretty quickly that Feng Shui likes clean places. Be sure your entry is clean and clutter free. Make sure the door can swing all of the way open without banging into anything. Make sure it’s well lit so the Chi can find the way. If you like to decorate the outside of your door, don’t use anything dried. Use fresh wreaths or fabric like silk.
Dealing with a disastrous power outage isn’t on the to-do list of many party-planners. But that doesn’t mean that it can’t happen; after all, disasters are justly named because they happen when they are least expected. Though disasters can happen chaotically and unpredictably, we must always hope for the best and plan for the worst, so be sure you plan your event from every angle and ensure your guests have a splendid eve and enjoy the party.