Tuesday, February 23, 2010
I'm reading Kathryn Robyn's book "The Emotional House" and want to share over the next few weeks how Robyn believes that by redesigning your home can change your life.
"How you live defines who you are. Not just to yourself, but to others as well. Your home can indisputably affect your position in the world and the quality of your relationships. If your home is in chaos, you are likely often running late for work or other events. You might feel frustrated or in a constant rush for time, forever feeling pressured by those around you. But your home defines you in other ways as well. The design and functionality send you daily messages about your talents, your work, your relationships, and your worthiness. It shouldn't define you in negative or limiting ways, rather it should support you, enliven you, and move you toward greater personal growth and a brighter future." When you start creating a Well Loved Home - one that supports you instead of weakening you- by shaking loose from the old labels that don't fit, defining yourself and your dreams, and making room for that in your home. Own who you are at home just like the rest of your life, and you will send ripples of your true spirit outward - into both your professional and social circles. every giant snowman began with a small handful of snow, so get ready to take a baby step toward your goal today. Then take another tomorrow. That is how you start to gather mass.
Posted by A well Loved Home at 9:19 AM
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