4 Things To Check If You Have A Good Feng Shui Home Office

 

How do you feel when you’re in your home office? Do you feel motivated or do you get easily irritated? Is it conducive to learning or developing new ideas?

 

If your answers are more on the negative side, then it’s time for you to take action. It’s time for you to have a good feng shui home office.

A good feng shui home office is vital to being productive in the workplace.

A cluttered home office is filled with negative vibrations. It drains your energy and affects your productivity. It makes you easily irritated which can lead to arguments with the people around you.

Below are the things to know if you have a good feng shui home office:

1. Is your office space free from clutter? Is it neat and organized? Clutter creates stress. We tend to get overwhelmed by our work when there are tons of paper scattered on our desk.

Get organized. Put all the documents in folders. It’s much easier if you use colour coding and label each of them.

2. Do you inhale stale air in your home office? We stay in our office most of the time during the day. Sometimes, the smell of old garbage or cigarette smoke stays in the air for quite some time.

Open your window first thing in the morning. Let the smell of fresh air come into your space. If it’s not possible, use indoor plants. Plants absorb the toxins and releases oxygen in our space. Try to choose plants that are low maintenance such as snake plant, lucky bamboo or spider plant.

3. Where is your desk located? In feng shui, your desk should be in the command position. It should be positioned with the wall or cabinet behind you. This makes you feel relaxed and confident.

Your desk should be put in such a way that you can see who’s coming in but it should not be put directly straight to the door.

4. Is your space well-lit? Dark spaces make your work a little bit harder since you tend to put more effort into finding new things.

Replace old or non-working bulbs. If it’s possible, let natural sunlight get into your space.

Check out my website at www.wealthyspaces.com and learn more about feng shui and creating balance in your space for health, wealth and success. Click the link, Cathi Hargaden if you wish to do a collaboration or special consultation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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