Sunday, March 10, 2019

Simple & Practical Kitchen Feng Shui Tips!


The kitchen is the heart of the home. Whether it’s doing homework with children or preparing meals, almost everyone (guests included) gather in the kitchenWhen the energy in the kitchen is positive, families are more inclined to want to eat at home and will enjoy better health and relationships as a result. 

If your kitchen has been stagnant for too long, is burdened with clutter, or needs a serious cleaning, by all means make a point of revitalizing it. 

Get Started Today! Apply these simple and practical Feng Shui enhancements to your kitchen and watch your relationships, health, and wealth enhanced in amazing ways:

Make cleaning and organizing daily habits to promote and enhance health and prosperity. One of the most important things you can do for your kitchen is to keep it clean, clutter-free and organized – and the 3 areas that need it most are the pantryrefrigerator and the freezer. Why? This is where food, a symbol of wealth and health, is stored.

Clear off counter-tops to energize your lifeIt sounds counter-intuitive, but when you have counter-tops that are covered with items such as small appliances, dishes, loaves of bread, bags of chips, or stacks of bills, it doesn’t inspire you to cook. On the other hand, when you have a kitchen with clear counters graced with an attractive bowl of lemons or potted herbs, it just makes you feel like cooking.

Discard damaged items to promote good energy in your foods, hence your life. Hanging onto old, stained and damaged kitchen items “because they’re still good,” gifts or for sentimental reasons, cause clutter, negative energy, not good for your health and well-being. Discard them.

Happy Decluttering!

Ellie Lavender 
Certified Feng Shui Practitioner
Interior Designer

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