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Let Feng Shui Make A Difference In Your Life by Melinda Smith

     Connecting Who You Are with Where You Want To Go!

Realize the impact an environment has on everyone. It can lift you up to great achievements, or keep you from reaching your full potential. To have long term success with staying organized, a person needs to find a personal connection with their environment and realize how it feeds the subconscious mind constantly. Applying Feng Shui (pronounced fung shway) principles can take you to a new level of consciousness. You're merely connecting your desires (what you send out to the universe) with the physical act of doing something. Absorb what makes sense to you and start making powerful changes that will affect your wealth, relationships, and sense of being.

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Feng Shui has Found It's Way to McDonalds

According to Yahoo News, a McDonalds in Hacienda Heights, California is breaking away from the yellow/red get them in, get them out quick theme. In the past, McDonalds chose the décor to shuffle more people in and out of the door. Now, they are finding not all communities like to dine in that type of atmosphere.    Instead, this restaurant hired a Feng Shui practitioner to transform the restaurant located in a large Asian community.  Now you find leather seats, earth tones, bamboo plants and water trickling down glass panels instead of the usual hard plastic furniture.  In


posted on: 2/29/2008 2:30:00 PM  by Melinda Smith
category: General organizing Tips

A Day to Be Thankful . . .

Without a sense of organization in a space, Feng Shui tends to loose its impact. I'm always asked by those who are intrigued with what I do . . . Do people really feel the long term effect down the road and keep things organized and maintained?  I received an email from a client this week that I had worked with over two years ago and thought it was worthy of sharing.  It will definitely go down in my book of thanks.      Dear Melinda:   I want to wish you a Happy New Year.  Hope things are going good for you.   I want to share with you that there is hardly a day that goes by that I don't think of you and of how much of an impact you had on my life.  A Very Positive Impact...


posted on: 1/18/2008 2:30:00 PM  by Melinda Smith
category: General organizing Tips

Here We Go Again . . .

How many of you are thinking here we go again? As I was sitting at a meeting this morning, I was listening to everyone talk about what their New Year resolutions were for the coming year.  There were two types of people . . . One happily started listing several resolutions or intentions for the New Year.  And one said why bother!     Statistics show that no matter what the resolutions are, half give up before June.  What changes between January and June? Where does the excitement go?  What has happened in the past for someone to say why bother?  For some of you this is enough to give up today . . . But WHAT ABOUT THE HALF WHO ARE SUCCESSFUL?  Be a person who looks at the glass as half full and...


posted on: 1/4/2008 2:30:00 PM  by Melinda Smith
category: General organizing Tips

Space Clearing . . . Releasing the Build-Up

I recently assisted an owner and his wife on selling a home they had purchased and remodeled. We had already gone over the motions of everything they could do to sell their home quicker and he had made the changes and extremely well I might add.    When the home was not selling and I went back for a follow-up visit, our conversation moved to the history of the home.  The previous tenants had a lot of issues.  There were financial problems, continuous battles between family members within the home, lots of arguing, and ugly allegations of inappropriate behaviors.  When this happens in a home, the displaced energy is recorded in the space.  It attaches to walls, floors, fixtures, furniture, and objects. ...


posted on: 12/7/2007 2:30:00 PM  by Melinda Smith
category: General organizing Tips