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One Thing to Do Right Now to Lighten the Energy in Your House (31 Days of Nest Building: Day 29)

Is your home (or office) feeling a bit stale or stagnant? There may be one thing you can do right now to start turning that energy around. It will probably take you less than 5 minutes.

Take out the garbage. All of it.

Take out the kitchen garbage and all of the other garbage cans around your house—the little bathroom cans, the one in your office… wherever they are go empty them.

Get all of that unneeded, old, broken, used up, dried out, crumpled, smelly stuff out of your house. Stuff is energy. Your garbage? Energy. Do you really want garbage energy where you are trying to cook or work or cleanse?

If left too long, it can become a an energy drain so get it out of your house. I bet you'll notice the difference.

31days-webThroughout October, I will be continuing this story  of getting acquainted with my home and making it my own as part of the 31 days challenge. Catch up on any posts you may have missed here: 31 Days of Nest Building.

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