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Beate Schilcher is the founder of Raumwirkt * Happy People in Happy Places. She is an entrepreneur, communications specialist and author. Beate is passionate about helping people re-invent themselves and unfold their true potential inside healthy living environments. Californian by soul, Beate currently lives in Vienna, Austria. Contact: beate.schilcher@raumwirkt.at.

Latest Posts By Beate Schilcher

2 months ago

What Is the Story Your Home Tells About You?

We read a book, the news or our partner’s mind. What if we started reading our home’s story, the message between the lines and pages of its history, between the nooks and crannies of walls, furniture and other „stuff“ that surrounds us every day…

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5 months ago

What Makes a Woman Beautiful? How Your Home Helps You Boost a Glorious Smile

A glorious smile shows not only in mouth and teeth. It radiates out from your eyes, your posture, your body language, your inner light. The whole authentic you. Did you know that a true, authentic smile needs the cooperation of 43 muscles in your body?

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5 months ago

Want to Feel Like a Queen in Your Home? 3 Empowering Tips

Feeling like a queen requires neither a palace nor servants nor a big bank account. It simply means to be fully supported by the space you call your home. Within her home, the queen has all she needs to be the best version of herself…

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6 months ago

Second Chances for Your Best First Impression at Home: 13 Ideas to Boost Your Self-Confidence

First impressions make all the difference whenever we meet new people, at a first date, a job interview etc. First impressions pave the way for what’s coming next. First impressions tend to “stick.” What is often overlooked? The “first impression” we…

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7 months ago

7 Easy-to-Implement, Fast-to-Accomplish Hacks to Reset and Refresh Your Life at Home

Especially as we grow in years, our home is the only place where we have a sense of total control over our lives. Everything else, the “outside world,” is not under our command (at least not completely). Our homes are places of recreation…

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