Gotta love anyone with the creativity to recycle leather western belts into lawn chair webbing! Feng Shui By Fishgirl thinks this idea is way cool and has good feng shui. It reminds me slightly sorta of the seatbelt chairs made famous by The Hunger Games. Slightly. See more pics and the “how to” at kiki the spunky munky.
Tag Archives: Creativity & Future Projects
LAWN CHAIR NOT YAWN CHAIR
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FENG SHUI IS CHILD’S PLAY
What if you could jump start your child’s creativity simply by creating a great space? You can! The room shown here does just that by surrounding the child with “magic”. Go see more pictures here. And remember, the Creativity & Future Projects sector of the bagua is also represented by Children. Now you see why.
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BLOCKED CREATIVELY? (MAYBE) YOU’RE TOO NEGATIVE!
As we continue through January and the Feng Shui Fishgirl theme of Creativity & Future Projects, I’d like to share with you this wonderful post from the Thoughts on Theatre Blog that pokes fun at all we do to self sabotage our creative efforts. Do you recognize yourself in any of the 25 listed ways?
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UFO’S AND FENG SHUI…
No, I didn’t get to feng shui a spaceship…if you’re living the Creative Life, you have intimate knowledge of UFO’s. They are also known as Un-Finished Objects. Unfinished projects are a symptom of clutter blocking your feng shui. And then the UFO’s become part of the clutter. This excellent blog by Gary Goodwin gives some good advice on how to tackle those UFO’s as well as how to get unstuck if you’re feeling blocked in your art studio, your dance studio, your next chapter of your first novel, etc…What tips do you have for stimulating your Creativity & Future Projects area?
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