CASH IN YOUR FANCY CHINA

When you got married, did you register for fancy china dinnerware for your wedding? What do you do if some if has broken? Having broken or incomplete stuff around your house is a feng shui no-no.

Maybe you got divorced and have one–or two!–boxes of wedding china kicking around in storage somewhere in your home. Hopefully it’s not in your Love & Relationship sector messing with your new marriage…or blocking energy so you can’t find a new partner.

Or perhaps you inherited various china from grandma and are afraid to use it and break it?

Here’s the solution: you can buy missing pieces of your china pattern at Replacements, Ltd OR you can turn your old china set into cash by selling. Now THAT’S good for your Wealth sector AND your Love sector! Replacements, Ltd is a huge retail store near Raleigh, NC. However, you don’t have to live in NC to take advantage of them. Do it all via phone, internet, or postal service.

I’ve never been married or registered for china but I do have a great collection of vintage Fiestaware that I absolutely love for its vibrant energy.
What’s your tableware like?

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Filed under Design, Feng Shui, Getting Organized, Love & Relationship

3 responses to “CASH IN YOUR FANCY CHINA

  1. It sounds very much logical to not have broken stuff in your house. Since I have an amazing ability to break things, especially kitchen stuff… huge amount of dishes in our house are broken.
    I guess no one will buy them at Replacement.com, which btw, is a great site!
    Aviad

    • Thanks for commenting, Aviad. The thing about broken items is that they collect stagnant chi energy. I suggest you put together a pile of all your broken things and then separate them into “keepers” and “tossers”. The items you wish to keep you should then make an effort to get repaired and the tossers should be recycled or given away. You can do one thing at a time so that you don’t feel overwhelmed. Good luck!

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