More Garden Offices Articles Individuals who work in garden offices might be able to improve their health and success by paying attention to the feng shui of their home.
According to Sarah McAllister, director of Feng Shui Agency & School of Chue Feng Shui, using these principles can help people become aware of how their environment affects them.
For those with garden offices, adjusting simple elements in their workspace could have a significant impact on their wellbeing.
"It has approximately a 30 per cent influence on your overall levels of health, energy and luck in life, so it is really important to get it as optimised as possible," Ms McAllister commented.
She added that feng shui can be useful in magnifying positive influences and reducing negative ones.
Those short on space may want to follow the advice of Dawn Isaac, who said in a recent article for the Guardian that it is possible to reduce clutter by installing dual-use furniture.
Posted by David Webb -
16 March 2011
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