What if we carve out space for our creative work, for ourselves? Whether it’s a room, a corner, or a desk, having a dedicated space that is set up to optimize creative flow can make the difference between putting off that novel indefinitely or spending an hour on it now.
3 days, 6 email exchanges. It just blows my mind how quick and simple the design process can be today, with the tools we have at our disposal.
See my article in Dumb Little Man!
The problem of letting keepsakes pile up is that they become clutter gathering dust. Rather than reminders of cherished moments (like childhood), they instead remind us–no, nag us–of tasks left undone. If keepsakes are not displayed and seen, they’re not fulfilling their role as prized memorabilia of a precious time.
Feng shui, like yoga, is a practice, and one never arrives at a final destination. And as the focal points of our practices, our bodies and homes are things that we should always attend to.
See my story in Domino magazine!
So a few tips for those willing to brave the traffic into the valley (wherever your “valley” may be) in order to find some amazing deals:
Several people have asked me about the black and gold tree painting I hung in the DTLA Loft project. I’ve replicated the steps here so that you can follow along and create your own tree painting.
As I was getting ready to launch my feng shui consulting business, I was gifted with an exciting challenge: furnish a downtown condo in one month for $10K.