is your home repelling love? 3 q’s to ask!

Happy Wed!

Random q: have you had the urge to purge old crap?

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been in full-on declutter mode this week.

From clearing space on my desktop to deleting old photos on my phone and tossing old receipts while singing Queen songs (Bohemian Rhapsody…must see movie), my puppy Bella thinks I have gone mad!

If you want to call in more romance this year, decluttering is a great place to start.

But taking it a step further…have you taken a moment to check whether or not your bedroom and home are poised to support you or derail you from having healthy relationships?

One of my specialities is helping clients call in more dates, more money and more opportunities using the ancient art of space clearing, Feng Shui and reflective questioning.

I may teach this as a full-on course one day but for now, here are 3 questions to ask yourself when evaluating your space.

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Leave a comment on the blog after you tune in and as always, have an amazing week!

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  1. Dorel Vanegas
    Dorel Vanegas says:

    What an insightful bit of information. I recently purchased a new pair of lamps as for the longest time I had some used ones that did not work very well and the wiring was a little messed up. I donated the old lamps and bought a lovely pair to my liking and it brought balance to my bedroom. The right corner was startling as I recently lost my beloved dog and her green bed that I had used outside was now in the right corner of my room and so now I intend on removing that bedding for though it represented the love of my beautiful Luna, she Is no longer physically sharing my bedroom space and I need to bring in items that reflect a sense of being with someone for which together we can get a fresh start… and so it is that I will report the changes once I address them this weekend. Thank you Diana for bringing these tips to my attention. The guest room will also need addressing as it shows 3 pictures of single ladies in the form of oil painting and art work.

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