This week I wanted to let you all know that effective the end of this year, I will be stepping down as the BellaOnline Feng Shui editor. In the two and a half years I have been editor of the site, I have posted 140 articles on Feng Shui. Plus, I have had the pleasure of meeting you virtually through your questions and your posts on the Feng Shui Forum.
I will continue to write about Feng Shui through my monthly Feng Shui For Real Life E-zine, my blog, my website, Facebook, and other social media outlets. If you want to keep receiving my free Feng Shui tips, please keep in touch with me through any or all of these:
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In the remaining weeks, I will be sending you Feng Shui tips for the upcoming holidays and into the New Year. This week, would like to share information about using Feng Shui to create harmony around the Thanksgiving table.
Thanksgiving is the start of the winter holiday season in the US, and the colors, tastes, and aromas of this festive family holiday are associated with positive Feng Shui. But this holiday can also be stressful and demanding because of all the work involved in planning the meal, and the logistics of getting the family together. Here are three tips to help you create a peaceful and harmonious holiday around the family table. I call them the 3H's of holiday entertaining - Harmonious Seating, Harmonious Decor, Harmonious Foods. For my readers in countries that don't celebrate Thanksgiving, this advice easily applies to other family gatherings and holiday celebrations.
Check out my article "Thanksgiving Feng Shui” at http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art40419.asp.
As always, I look forward to hearing from you.
Carol M. Olmstead, Feng Shui Editor