Tag Archives: clutter

Clutter and Overwhelm Go Hand in Hand

Clutter and Overwhelm Go Hand in Hand. If you’ve got clutter in your surroundings, you’ve got overwhelm somewhere in your life – I’ll bet money on it.   You are a product of your environment. That’s just the way it is. What’s going on in your home and workplace is a direct correlation of what’s […]

Holiday Decor with feng shui

Happy Holidays Everyone!  I get these questions every year about holiday decor, so I thought I would share again 🙂 Now is the time of year when you can temporarily add all kinds of chi-enhancing things to your home and no one thinks a thing of it!  Need wood in the Family gua to have […]

I’m taking my own advice!

We’re working on office spaces in the Move It Plus Program this month, so I thought I’d take a good look at MY office! For a while now, I’ve been feeling stagnant and non-productive in my office, so I knew I needed to “move some stuff,” but I couldn’t see the vision of what to really […]

What Can I Do To Find A Job After I’ve Been Laid Off?

I often get questions about finding a job after being unexpectedly laid off. Well, without knowing ANYTHING about your home, the first thing that comes to my mind is – what happened in your environment before you were laid off? Was something changed that may have supported you getting laid off?  If you can think […]

Time to Check in with Your Clutter – Are you Hoarding?

If your new year’s resolution was to de-clutter, this is your 8 month warning! How’s it going or how did it go? Are things starting to creep back in and stack up? Or is the same stuff sitting there that bugged you in January? I thought I might do a touch-back on the de-cluttering topic […]

Is Storing Stuff Under Your Bed Bad Feng Shui? Q and A

QUESTION#1: Dear Karen, I know you don’t want anything stored under a bed but how do you feel about a wooden bed frame with shelves underneath that contain wicker baskets for storage (Pottery Barn)? We desperately need a new bed and I was very grateful to get this week’s Move It! assignment! Thanks! Evelyn T. […]