Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Using Feng Shui When Cleaning Your Home - Part II

Crucial Question: Can They Move In Straight Lines Or Do They Need To Take Detours Around Poorly Placed Furniture?
If you are going to be moving you furniture so that you can clean underneath it, it might be a great idea for you to consider moving it around a little bit.
Make sure that you do not have any furniture that is blocking the doors, even partially. Look at the way that people move through your home.
Can they move in straight lines or do they need to take detours around poorly placed furniture? This is something that can make a huge difference in the way that you clean your home, and at the end of the day, you will find that simply rearranging your furniture so that you can access the room more comfortably can make a big difference.

Make Wiping Down Your Wind Chimes Part Of Your Regular House Cleaning
When you are cleaning your home, consider anything that you have hanging up. One fairly common Feng Shui trick that you can use involves using wind chimes to bring positive energy into your home.
However, if you allow your wind chimes to become dull or cluttered, or if you find yourself in a place where you need to think about how dirty they are, you need to change it!
Make wiping down your wind chimes part of your regular house cleaning and your fortunes are sure to improve.

Consider How Helpful Feng Shui Can Be When You Are House Cleaning
Finally, if you want to keep your home looking bright and fresh, look into how bamboo and other plants can liven it up.
Plants are a great way to freshen up the air and you can bet that they will help open up the look of your home. Take some time and consider how you are going to place them, and once they have grown, remember to take good care of them and to trim off any wilted parts immediately.

Consider how helpful Feng Shui can be when you are house cleaning and take some steps towards including it in the way that you take care of your home!

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