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Monday, November 21, 2022

Feng Shui Fun On The Run Basement family rooms tend to be dark, dreary, and uninviting. This family room is a mix of dark and light that is inviting if you want to watch television. The many closet and cabinet doors indicate that the adults here are extremely controlling. What they say, goes. Period. This is not the place for a revealing heart-to-heart conversation. Those are sour apples, not golden delicious. The little bottles of tea seem tiny next to the giant empty liquor bottles. The dark color of the wall of bookcase stands like a towering adult power presence. The sofa is set up so that all who sit here are disempowered. You can bet daddy has a chair unseen in this photo to the right, angling toward the television.

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Join me for the final Feng Shui Workshop of 2022 on Family Room Feng Shui. You know how family rooms can be cold, seem to not have room for you, and make you want to stand outside on the patio? We have all been there. You can use Feng Shui to be sure your family room not only invites, but welcomes. This holiday season, enjoy some lingering visits and long overdue conversations! Mark your calendar for Sunday, December 11th, 1:30-3PM Central. Tuition: $30/includes PDFs of the materials and Bonus Goodies, as well as a video of the workshop so if you can't attend live and in person and ask questions, you can always enjoy learning at your leisure and convenience. Register at

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