Website Launch Party Photos

December 22, 2016

It was a coolish November evening, the holidays not yet in full swing. Feng Shui Creative's site was launched earlier that day without a hitch. The specially blessed Feng Shui inspired mala beads were also unveiled and jubilated. A small gathering of friends came out to celebrate my business' new…


New Year, New Vision

December 16, 2016

The power of visualization is a very powerful mind exercise according to Psychology Today and used often by top Olympic athletes. A vision board assists in successfully manifesting what you desire and helping you FEEL the…


The ABCs of a Child’s Bedroom

September 14, 2016

Sometimes, my brain just..shuts off. I love writing on my blog and sharing Feng Shui knowledge with you, but I sometimes don't have the brain cells to write (grammatical case in point here). A recent project had me delivering…


The Secret to Speaking to the Monkey

January 21, 2016

Oh, Year of the Fire Monkey. You're so Cheeky! Not only do we have to look for Elephants in our home just for you (see my last blog post to know what I'm talking about!),…


Feng Shui for your Summer Travels

August 13, 2014

It's officially the last month of Summer in the Northern Hemisphere.I am sorry to depress you with this reminder and for those of you who have kids, I'm sure you're already feeling it. If you haven't gone away already, it's…


Winter Doldrums No More!

February 21, 2014

This has been one looooong winter. I'm not complaining because (please don't hate me) I'm one of those lucky folks who is not really affected by NY's crazy weather changes. But one thing that does…


Gung Hay Fat Choy!

January 31, 2014

Gung Hay Fat Choi! That's how we say Chinese New Year in my house. Literally translated, it means, "May you be prosperous." Today is the equivalent to the Western Jan 1st. The difference is that the…


Monastic Sunday (lots of pix!)

July 2, 2013

The craziness and the humidity of the city had us seeking out quiet and solace. We went to visit some friends upstate and took advantage of visiting the Chuang Yen…


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