Back to School, for all ages
Are you ready to go “Back to School with Feng Shui Style?” We all know that Feng Shui can be a wonderful tool to bring some dramatic changes to our lives, but can Feng Shui help us go Back to School and with Feng Shui Style? The short answer is YES IT CAN! Feng Shui can help us get into flow of a new schedule. It can help us clear frustration and improve the condition of our study space. It can help us know where to begin to clear the clutter.
The Essential Back-to-School Feng Shui
From Joan Law...
"A time of transition in life is a time of opportunity for all. Families with school-aged kids can benefit from a few simple back-to-school feng shui tips to improve your and build the path for success for the rest of the school year." From a desk with a view, to electronics and clutter, let Joan get you started off right - whether learning from home or at school.

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Heading to College?

Mary Roberts, of Successful Spaces, has long worked with college kids and their dorm rooms. Author of Create Your Space, she specializes in the success of moving from home to campus - making the most of those tiny dorm spaces - and loving where you live!

By taking charge of your space and making it function just how you need it to, you may find you are able to:

  • Focus better on your school work
  • Get work done faster
  • Love being in your room
  • Sleep more soundly
  • Have more energy
  • Feel more optimistic

Positive changes in the environment create positive changes in the person. A room that mirrors your interests and creativity is a room of your own and a foundation for a successful college career.
5 Back to School Tips for Stronger Cognitive Function & Reduced Stress
From Laura Cerrano...
Chronic stress is one of the top 10 leading causes of death. The year 2020 hasn't disappointed for one of the most crazy and stressful years in recent history. Add in trying to figure out our next steps - going to school v. distance learning, physical distancing, economy and work, and more. This is the perfect storm for stress.

Fuel your cognitive function and reduce stress with these 5 Feng Shui tips from Laura.
Skills, Knowledge and Self-Cultivation
The Skills and Knowledge gua is located in the front left part of your home or office. This area of the home holds the ch’i for inner wisdom, higher thought, self-cultivation, meditation, and all the other wonderful things associated with knowing and learning.

Final Thoughts: September 2020 Feng Shui Forecast from Peg Donahue, Feng Shui Connections

Since our extended time at home is likely to continue for a bit, this is a good time to contemplate the energy within your space and consider what’s being reflected back. Here are some questions to consider:

  • As you view your home, what comes to mind?
  • Do you like your space and do you enjoy living there?
  • Is there anything you’d like to change? If so, what and why?
  • Is everything in good working order … how about your windows, plumbing and electric?
  • Is your home clean and well organized? Does everything have a “home?”
  • Do you have enough storage?
  • Are you storing items that you no longer need, want, or even care about?

There is so much more wisdom in this forecast from Peg: from easy steps you can take, actions at the full and new moons, retrograde and understanding your space.

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