15 March 2020
I’ve been learning a lot in Japan, Australia and around the world about how people are coping with staying at home and running their business from home.In my restaurant (which is in the countryside and now closed a month earlier than usual), we had bankers, insurance and finance people discussing what they’re doing.
If you’d like to discuss the best ways you can do remote work for your business, you can message me. It’s always good to be ahead of the game. Now that we’re housebound it’s important to ensure we’re making the most of our Feng Shui. The Feng Shui of our home determines our overall ‘earth luck’ and if we choose the right place to sleep and work, we can be healthier and more prosperous.
I’ve been conducting online consultations for the past five years, so if you’d prefer to see me online, rather than in person, please let me know.
“It is commonly thought that Feng Shui determines the most favorable design and placement of objects within a building. This is true.
However, Feng Shui is much more than moving objects from place to place; it is about how to achieve the benefits of being in the right place at the right time and having a supportive environment in which to live and work.
In a quest for happiness, health and wealth, people around the world are applying the wisdom and principles of Feng Shui.
When we allow Feng Shui in, our lives open up in unexpected ways.”