Designing Your Kidís Room is Childís Play!

Written by BatSheva Vaknin


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Clothes that no longer fit should be donated, passed to a friend in need, or stored in waterproof storage boxes in a garage or storage space, along with clothes that are out of season. (Make sure if you are storing these clothes to clearly markrepparttar outside ofrepparttar 145558 boxes for easy identification.) Limit toys and books to thoserepparttar 145559 child makes use of daily and weekly. Give away unused toys, or store them in waterproof boxes in a garage or storage space. The more clothes and toys you get rid of,repparttar 145560 more room you will have for future fashions and fun activities. Feng Shui tips You may have heard or read about Feng Shui,repparttar 145561 ancient Chinese art of object and furniture placement. Feng Shui explains that each area of a room attracts a different type of energy fromrepparttar 145562 other areas. Implementing Feng Shui in your childís bedroom design can maximizerepparttar 145563 effectiveness ofrepparttar 145564 furniture and art you are already planning to use. For example, Feng Shui teaches that a bed should be placed inrepparttar 145565 corner ofrepparttar 145566 room farthest fromrepparttar 145567 door. Your childís head should be atrepparttar 145568 end ofrepparttar 145569 bed whererepparttar 145570 door can be easily viewed, and there is no chance of getting startled by an unexpected visitor.

The northern section of your childís room promotes stillness, so this would be an example of an ideal placement forrepparttar 145571 bed. The desk should be placed far fromrepparttar 145572 door, inrepparttar 145573 Northeast part ofrepparttar 145574 room if possible, since this isrepparttar 145575 Knowledge/Education Sector. This area is also a great place for educational posters, such as letters ofrepparttar 145576 alphabet or a picture of Einstein. Select artwork carefully, taking time to notice any hidden messages. Each image gives off a specific vibration, so only chooserepparttar 145577 most positive pictures forrepparttar 145578 walls.

Of allrepparttar 145579 activities your child will do in his or her room - including grooming, relaxing, studying, and playing - in mind that sleep is most important and must be supported byrepparttar 145580 design ofrepparttar 145581 room. Take your childís personality into consideration, as well as his or her hobbies and special interests. Still, keep all dťcor in check so that it does not overwhelm or clutterrepparttar 145582 space. And finally, have fun! The energy, love and care you bring to this project will permeate every objectís placement, adding an invisible yet invaluable element to whatever design you choose to implement.

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If you would like to publish this article on your own site, please feel free to do so. Please let us knowrepparttar 145584 url ofrepparttar 145585 posted article by emailingrepparttar 145586 url to batsheva@homeandliving.com. All we ask is that you includerepparttar 145587 whole article, without changes, includingrepparttar 145588 link torepparttar 145589 original article location, author information, this disclaimer andrepparttar 145590 following link.

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A Yale graduate, BatSheva Vaknin writes plays, screenplays and short stories. She has just completed her first novel.


Do It Yourself Divorce

Written by Sara Jenkins


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Do It Yourself Divorce will involve more time than hiring an Attorney, but it will save you a considerable amount of money. When you represent yourself, you will work directly withrepparttar County Clerk and local Judges. So it is best to establish how they viewrepparttar 145557 Do It Yourself Divorce. If they are un-cooperative, it may be more realistic to hire an Attorney. You should be able to find an attorney to review and file allrepparttar 145558 paperwork that you have prepared for your Do It Yourself Divorce.

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