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Yoga, Feng Shui & Real Moments That Connect Everything

Laura Benko - May 19, 2015

Feng Shui and Yoga are both ancient practices that work with energetic flows – one within the body and the other within the home. Both have goals of improving well being with end results aimed at enhancing the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of yourself. As a Feng Shui Consultant I have the energetic flows pretty much covered inside my home but when it comes to another intimate environment – my body – I needed to amp it up because my recent visit to my hematologist /oncologist last week delivered some disturbing news. It had been years since I practiced yoga regularly and I knew it could have a positive effect on my health but I needed motivation to get into the groove again. So, when the yoga studio read the full article

Find The Best Mother’s Day Gifts at Uncommon Goods!

Laura Benko - April 25, 2015

I love Uncommon Goods. They feature unique products that are handmade, made in the USA or recycled. They’ve curated their collection with a keen eye for design and a kind heart for sustainability, fair wages and giving back. I like them. Thats why I was especially thrilled when they picked up two of my TheHolisticHomeCompany.com gift sets. The aromatherapy spray gift set and the deluxe scrub gift set. They wanted them in time for Mother’s Day and I get it. Mom will love this like nothing else! read the full article

Misconceptions about Feng Shui That Need To Stop!

Laura Benko - March 20, 2015

Today Huffington Post Home posted another article about Feng Shui that made my blood boil. Publishing articles like this on a topic that is already often misaligned and misrepresented only further portrays this ancient art of placement as hokey and superstitious! The article stated that mirrors in the bedroom are bad because “When you see a human image in the mirror, you’re inviting another person into your relationship, whether that’s your relationship with yourself or with your partner.” This was a “Feng Shui” quote given by someone who’s website says she is a professional stager/designer and calls herself a “marketing professional”. (And this quote makes me wonder “what does inviting another person into the relationship- not with your partner- but with yourself mean???”). Huffington Post Home, you can do better! read the full article