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Wishcasting: Renew

Wishcasting badgeIt's Wishcasting Wednesday so the gorgeous soul Jamie Ridler is inviting us to cast our wishes into the universe and support others' wishes. Today Jamie asks, "What do you wish to renew?"

I wish to renew my living space. My home has become cluttered and unfriendly in certain (ok, many) places. I find that my favorite spaces are those that have the least amount of stuff- few knick knacks, only things that we really use or love, cleared surfaces, open space.

I wish to renew the spaces that feel overloaded, busy, or draining. I wish to repair, replace, or discard anything that isn’t working properly. I wish to clear out the items that aren't contributing to our happiness or well-being. I wish to freshen up paint and carpets.

I wish to bring a renewed energy to my home because I believe the way we surround ourselves truly affects our energy.

What do you wish to renew?


  1. I think this is a wonderful wish Sherri. I too believe that the way we surround ourselves whether it be things or people truly affects our energy. Thank you for reminding me of this.
    As Sherry wishes for herself, I wish for her as well.

  2. I agree. When my house is clean and organized I feel the same way. Good luck! As you wish for yourself, I wish for you also.

  3. Great wish, clutter is bad reclaim your space. As Sherry wishes for herself, I wish for her also.

  4. Perfectly wonderful wishes. As you wish for yourself so I wish for you also.

  5. Great I can really embrace. It is true that an uncluttered space allows more energy to flow into our homes. As you wish for yourself, I wish for you also.

  6. I too relish in renewing my space, the process is so theraputic. As you wish for yourself, so too I wish for you.

  7. As you wish for yourself, I wish for your also.

    I just finished a major space clean(r)ing myself.

  8. As Sherri wishes for herself so I wish for her also.

  9. Ah clutter. It can be signs of good things and feel like chaos.

    As Sherri wishes for herself, so I wish for her also.

  10. Oh yes I agree our space is so important ..

    As Sherri wishes of herself I so lovingly wish this for you also. xx

  11. Cool plan. As Sherri wishes for herself, so I wish for her also.


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