It was such a pleasure to work with Salvatore! He combined his sense of humor and creativity to our Feng Shui session. What I really loved was the time he spent getting to know me and really receiving what my desires were for my living space. From there he was able to match my interior inspiration with his concept of flow. Also, once the flow was better established in my house-the rest of life started to match! Work, love, friends, family…you name it. Its all abundant overflow! Thanks Salvatore!
Five principles to help you create the Work-Life Balance you want.
This year, I had to make my way back from burn-out. I was working too much and living too little. I set out to shift my life and came up with five principles of a Work-Life Balance. This Fall has become the season of “More Being and Less Doing”!
The Elusive “Work-Life Balance”
It is a stand-out goal for most, and yet, the concept of a work-life balance is still vague at best. Part of that is in it’s uniqueness to each individual, and part of that is the difficulty of quantifying what it means.
In 1992 I created a collage of images that inspired me. Immediately, things started shifting in my life that were inexplicably synched up to that collage, and the shifts continued unfolding for years. My accidental discovery of the art Vision Boarding sparked a thirst for just how it is that we can create and turn dreams into reality.
Having taught, written, and practiced Vision Boarding over the decades, I’ve learned secrets that separate successful vision boards from those that are just pretty images.
The Year of the Sheep
The most important of Chinese Holidays, the Lunar New Year, is a full 15 days of festivities beginning with the “Reunion Dinner” just before the New Moon (February 18) and ending with the “Red Lantern Festival” on the Full Moon.
In America, the celebrations in Chinatown’s include the “Chinese New Year Parade.” The biggest and the first parade of its kind began in San Francisco, and this year it will be held on Saturday, March 7.