Author: Lisa Janusz

I remember when I was first learning about Feng Shui I bought books, read articles, and began moving things around. Energy started shifting and things started happening! I remember wondering at what point, if any, I should hire someone. At the time, things were going well...

PHEW! I think for most of us, 2020 was a year not to be forgotten. The pandemic shifted many of our priorities and several of us had to shift gears in multiple ways. As we look towards the beginning of the new Western Year, this...

For those of us with school-aged kids, this year looks a bit different for back to school. There are a variety of scenarios: distance learning, in person full time, hybrid (in-person some days, distance learning the others), and homeschooling. Adding that many of us are...

I think we can all agree that living through this pandemic has been challenging. For those of us practicing Feng Shui, we’ve had an advantage: we’re already closely acquainted with our space. So, while time at home has us reviewing, for others they are seeing...

Even though we’re in the midst of a pandemic, spring has sprung! For those of us in Minnesota, melting snow and warmer weather was greeted with open arms. In Feng Shui, spring is associated with the element of wood. Wood energy is all about growth,...

The beginning of the year is a typical time for people to think about their vision for the year: what they want to do, changes they want to make, goals they want to accomplish, etc. Now that we’re into the new year (both Western and...

Books tell their own story, and they contribute to yours. The books you have reveal a little about you, like your interests. I read an article about a woman who took that to heart and she bought books specifically to influence what people thought of...

I recently came across an article in one of my magazines that featured a house that had not one, not even two, but three front doors! And they were all painted the exact same way – red to stand out. The home owner’s quote was...

I was explaining to my eldest son recently how much televisions have changed since I was a child. He sat mystified that even I remember having to physically get up to change the channel....

There's no escaping the seemingly endless mountain of toys that builds (and builds) when you have children. Sometimes I feel like it multiplies when I'm not looking! I have my methods for trying to keep toys manageable....