As autumn rolls around, it seems that as the days grow darker and colder, our levels of productivity begin to fall. We wake up in darkness, and finish our day in darkness. Really, it’s no wonder we lack motivation. But sadly, this isn’t an excuse. We have bills to pay and work to do, so how can we improve productivity during the winter months?
Feng shui is an ancient Chinese art and science, developed more than 3,000 years ago. It’s a complex body of knowledge, which teaches us how to balance the energies in our space, in order to assure and promote health, success and happiness.
What does it mean?
Feng shui literally translates to ‘wind and water’. Breath and water, the two vital components for human life. In Chinese culture, wind and water are associated with good health, thus, having a space with good feng shui is thought to assure good fortune.
Here are four tips to feng shui your workplace.
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