Welcome to my August e-newsletter.
This month we will review all that we have learnt for the past several month. Kids are back at school, so why not you?! We will go back to the school of Feng Shui.
Also, in this newsletter my upcoming teaching schedule.
The recycling tip of the month.
And, of course your Feng Shui tip of the month too.
So, let's get started!
This is going to be a multiple choice test:
1. How many shiny new pennies should you place in your financial corner?
2. What color pouch should the pennies be placed in?
d. Any color I feel like putting them in!
3. What does dust do to you and your environment?
a. Makes me feel happy.
b. Makes me lethargic.
c. Makes me not invite Sunita to my home.
d. Give dust mites a safe haven.
4. How can you invite romance into your life?
a. Place pink and white flowers in the romance area of your home.
b. Get rid of pictures of lonely women from my entire house.
c. Keep my bedroom clutter free.
d. All of the above.
5. What part of my house is the career area?
a. While facing my front door,the front right.
b. While facing my front door, the front left.
c. While facing my front door, the middle.
d. None of the above.
OK, OK! I hear you, enough already. At the end of the newsletter I will give the answers. I should make all of you send in your answers to me, just to see if you have been paying attention to me rambling on!
Tuesday Aug. 28 I will be teaching Indian Cooking, sorry this class is already full.
Monday Sept. 9 I will be the guest speaker for Kris in her Tarot for beginners. I will give a lecture on how Numerology interfaces with Tarot.
Monday Sept. 10 I will be teaching Numerology at Gordon Cooper in Shawnee.
Thursday Sept. 13 I will be teaching How to get out of Debt at Francis Tuttle.
Monday Sept. 18 I will be teaching Numerology at Francis Tuttle.
A very busy schedule!
Good News to share:
I have two new jobs, as if I didn't have enough on my plate already!
I am the new hire at Stein Mart. I create new displays. It's a great way for me to express my artistic abilities. I had actually missed doing displays, since I closed my gallery a year ago. The people at Stein Mart are great, they leave me alone to do my stuff. To be honest I would work there even if they didn't pay me! But, I am glad they pay
My other job is an off shoot of Feng Shui, where I go into a home to help de-clutter. My plan of action is simple, I get my clients to concentrate on what's important in their lives and we work together from that point. We get rid of items that are no longer needed. Organize space, and when I am done, the client's house is a haven to come home to.
This tip comes to you via Brendan, Renee's boyfriend. I recently met Brendan and he said very matter of fact, the best way to clean your car's hub caps is to use old socks. Put the socks on your hands and clean the hard to reach places with your fingers. The cotton socks protect your hands and also are gentle on the steel of the hub caps.
Great idea Brendan! I have already tried it and love it. I used one of those lonely socks that have been left by themselves. Where does the other pair go to? It's one of the great mysteries of the Universe!
Feng Shui Tip:
Since kids are back at school, mothers/fathers now have time to get the house organized before the onslaught of the Holidays, you know they will be here in the blink of an eye! This is a good time to go through your children's clothes and toys. Discuss with them the items they can give away to those among us who are less fortunate. This action is
three fold. One, (you guessed it) It gets rid of clutter from your home. Two, it teaches your child to be more giving. And finally, the child receiving the toy or clothing will bless you. It's a way to pay it forward. Try it!
1. c, 2. a, 3. b& or d, 4. d, 5. c.
I would be interested in knowing how many of you got the answers right.
As always, it's wonderful to hear from you, so keep those comments coming!
Until next month, have a safe and enjoyable Labor Day!
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