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Windows are how we see the world, and it is amazing how quickly they get dirty. At least once a season, give them a wash and you will be amazed at how much better it feels! For a green twist, use white vinegar and newspaper to clean. The vinegar will have a strong smell while working, but when it dries, the smell is gone!

If you are feeling depressed, vacuum or sweep your house. Low level energy tends to collect on the floor, and if too much heaviness is in your home, one of the simplest ways to deal with this is to do something that lifts it up! Vacuums have an odd ability to change the space in a room instantly.

Clean out under you bed! When we sleep, things that are in direct vicinity to our bodies have an effect on us. If underneath you bed is full of clutter, dust or junk, there is a tendency for sleep to be less clear. It may be hard to get up in the morning. By opening things up, you will have a more fresh flow of energy around your body while you rest.

Put a vase of fresh flowers in a prominent area of your home. Flowers have such a beautiful and uplifting quality. They will undoubtedly help raise the energy of any room that you put them in.

For romance, put them in the bedroom. For wealth, put them on your desk. For health, try them in the kitchen or bathroom. Anywhere they go, they will add life to the space. Be sure to let them go the minute they start to droop - they can bring energy down just as fast as they can lift it.

Give your front door a fresh coat of paint. This is a classic Feng Shui recommendation. Every time we see our door, it leaves an impression on us. Is that impression good? If your door has not been painted in a year, then give it a go. It will send out fresh and new energy to your whole life.

The front door is considered the threshold between the outside world and the inside world, so make it something that looks good, and that you like.There are so many possibilities with Feng Shui, but these easy tips will get the good vibes flowing in your home. 

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