In the spirit of the season, I wanted you to know that I’m so thankful for you--I SO appreciate your comments, questions and messages--keep them coming! And, remember, I’m ALWAYS happy to jump on the phone to discuss a project that you may have in mind--just reply to this email--easy!
Our holiday season started out with the annual “Thanksmas” PJ tradition:
LOVE this crew of grandchildren (and that they indulge me every year for this picture)!
Today, though, I want to focus on a couple who, BEYOND ANY DOUBT, are feeling the effects of their bedroom makeover…they bid on and WON this makeover to support the Forward Theater in Madison and what a wonderful journey it’s been!
Their home is stunning and chock-full of amazing architectural touches!
Yet, as we talked about this particular room of their home, Nancy and David’s biggest request was that they wanted to improve their sleep--neither one of them was sleeping well AT ALL.
They had been thinking about upgrading this room for a while but hadn’t quite “landed” on anything that felt amazing or supported them in this endeavor.
The bed was situated in a disempowering spot in the room--Feng Shui tip: place your bed so that when you're lying in bed, you can see the door to the bedroom--not have it behind your shoulder. Can you feel that?
It feels like someone can sneak up on you and THAT causes uneasy feelings, even when you’re sleeping (or trying to sleep)! And as you can probably already know, lack of sleep is responsible for stress and a whole host of other health issues…so this was Top Priority for their project.
In addition to the weak bed position, in this room we are faced with:
Nancy and David are not only happy with their beautiful, balanced new space, but they are both consistently sleeping very well! 💖
They even commented that they are sleeping “too well” (Ahem, that was the assignment… :) The energy is perfectly balanced for them--I hope they continue to enjoy remarkable sleep!!!!
Lots of Love and Sweet Dreams,