When the weather keeps you inside, think about your space and consider how to give your home a new look. A problem for most homeowners is the clearing out and making space for new items. If you have a close attachment to items and find it difficult to downsize, it could turn into a problem, especially when it comes time in your life when this is something you must do. No one wants to know that the task of ‘cleansing’ was left to another, and then learn that your favourite things were just tossed aside or put into the donation bin, which can be heartbreaking. To solve this dilemma, do the job yourself, today and not tomorrow.
Recycle your books, furniture, fabrics, lamps, mirrors, etc.
It does take a little imagination, but magazines, friends and the internet offer amazing ideas. If your projects aren’t fun, professional and filled with positive energy, then the recycle/refurbish item should be removed and the space cleansed. Less is best. Opening up your space is like removing old baggage; cleansing the past of negative energy. The home is the largest single investment made by 94% of all Canadians, and Americans. Keeping it updated is your personal greatest investment. Consider adding a bit of whimsy…
Check out my book ‘Ancient Secrets for a Healthy Home’ and add some magic to your home and garden.
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As this year ends with the shortest day of darkness, we head into the new year with longer and brighter days. It’s time to ponder on the previous months, where we are headed and what we want to accomplish in the days to come. We remember the good times along with the bad as it is a learning process… celebrate your journey.
Creating new spaces, changing your environment and cleansing-out the old for new to enter is all part of attracting positive energy into your life, which means healthier surroundings.
Remove all cracked, broken and damaged items from your rooms.
Enjoy the sunlight and walk in the outdoors.
Pay attention to nature and love your surroundings.
It’s all about living in harmony with your environment.
I wish to thank all those who have followed, enjoyed and been part of my journey… my pilgrimage!
Design Photographs: Mallory’s Design 2014 Instagram …. for your viewing.
Book Blog: Novel: Hot-Walker Website
Authors Writing Blog: Mallory’s Books and Blog
Meet Victoria’s Writers at:
2 to 5 p.m., November 15, 2014
Central Library meeting room,
735 Broughton Street
Victoria Writers Society’s
Come out and meet the Author … November 15, 2014
Mallory Neeve Wilkins
born in Toronto and currently living on the Pacific west coast. An avid Writer, Photographer, Feng Shui Interior Designer who enjoys traveling, curling, reading, hiking and is a mother of 2. Author of non fiction and mystery books, as well as a sports-crime-romance novel, entitled Hot-walker, Life on the Fast Track (coming soon to ebook) and a collection of fun Photobooks.
Books on display will be…
Ancient Secrets for a Healthy Home (non-fiction)
The Laundry Art Book and calendar (photography)
Graveyard Autos and calendar (photography)
Hot Walker, Life on the Fast Track (sports-crime novel)
Enjoy this Free Book with each purchase: Fun Schway, the North American way(reference non-fiction) or Fun Schway, the Kundalini way (mystery novel)
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