Welcome to Day 5 of my Start Your Year Clear 5 Day Decluttering Challenge!
Each day of the my Start Your Year Clear 5 Day Decluttering Challenge I will post the next step of the challenge here on my blog. If you missed Day 4 CLICK HERE.
Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese art of bringing the balance between humans and our living environment, to produce a happy, healthy, prosperous life. According to Feng Shui, your front door is the most important feature of your house. Everything about your front door is considered important and decluttering the area around your front door is primary.
Today we’re going to declutter your entrance!
Your front door is the place that connects you to the outside world and it lets in all the nourishment and opportunities into your home to bless your life. It’s how the chi or life-force energy can find you and it’s the place where it enters your home.
Let’s get started…
- First, assess the area around your front door, inside and out. Is there anything blocking your path? Are there to many shoes or coats crowding the area?
- One step at a time, go through each of those categories and reduce the amount so the area is picked up, with no obstructions in your path.
- Do all the shoes and coats need to be there? What can you let go of or store some where else? You want to create a feeling of welcome.
Decluttering is the first step to good Feng Shui because clutter blocks the flow of chi. Decluttering the area around your front door will welcome the life-force energy into your home to bless your life.
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Thank you so much for participating in my Start Your Year Clear 5 Day Decluttering Challenge. Good job!