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How Feng Shui Can Help You Welcome Wealth in Shades of Purple and Gold

By Terri Nesbitt December 31, 2022

What does abundance mean to you at this time in your life? Enough money to take a nice vacation once a year? Or to do work or pursue an interest that you truly love? Is it a home that’s just the right size for your comfort…

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How to Feng Shui Your New Over-60 Persona in 5 Simple Steps

By Terri Nesbitt November 12, 2022

In our 60s, our lives change in many ways, as we move from old roles into new ones. Workers may become retirees, or go from full- to part-time work, or change careers entirely…

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To Sleep or Not to Sleep: How Feng Shui Can Help Banish Your Senior Insomnia

By Terri Nesbitt October 28, 2022

For a variety of reasons, many of us over 60 experience sleep issues. You may have a hard time falling asleep or wake up in the middle of the night and can’t get back to sleep. Or maybe you just wake up too early…

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How You Can Use Feng Shui in the Most Loving Day of the Year

By Terri Nesbitt February 08, 2020

Valentine’s Day is one of the few holidays that reaches all of us, regardless of our age, religion, gender, or relationship status. It’s splashed everywhere with images of romantic love, date nights, flowers…

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Feng Shui and the Psychology of Living in Color

By Terri Nesbitt February 01, 2020

We are surrounded by color, everywhere, all the time. Psychology tells us that color affects our moods and perceptions (including how things taste and smell to us)…

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Add a Little Feng Shui to Your Life… and See Everything Change!

By Sixty and Me November 20, 2019

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How to Declutter Your Home, 20-Minutes at a Time

By Karen Kingston June 10, 2023

We all know the old saying that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, and the same principle can be applied to clutter clearing too. The trick is to begin small and take it a step at a time. Begin by choosing a small area that contains things you…

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Decorate Your Home to Vanquish the After-Christmas Blues

By Leslie Ginnes January 16, 2023

There is a paradox of relief and sadness when you accept that the holidays are finished. Gone is the sense of magic that permeated your home, the lights, the scent, the warmth, and the promise; all your efforts created joy and excitement…

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Life Is More Fun with a Little Bit of Luck

By Terri Edmund March 13, 2022

I’ve always been a lucky person. My latest win was timed perfectly: a raffle for a fancy men’s mountain bike. The historic town of Arcadia, FL is raising money to build a Tiny Town for its homeless, a cause I find worthy…

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Belly Fat and Clutter – Are They Related?

By Linda Ward December 16, 2021

Clutter is a constant in our lives. Just walking in from the mailbox brings a fresh stack of it. I was surprised to find that clutter affects women most. But then again, knowing how my husband can overlook a cluttered entry way, maybe not too surprised…

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