Finding the Right Place

It never ceases to amaze me that when something or someone has found their right place. Things start to flow with more ease; less clutter where there used to be. It took me almost six years to get a drawer cleaned out because I was so busy. When I would look at this drawer I didn’t even know what I wanted that drawer to be. I had the same problems with other areas of the room too. Part of the biggest problem was that the previous resident had started so many projects and not finished them. There was chaos in almost every room which made the energy of the rooms feel exhausting.

In the years, that I’ve lived here. I’ve tackled some pretty daunting projects to get the energy of the house to calm down and feel less exhausting. It took almost the eleven years to get things repaired or replaced. This last year was a really big win. Projects that had waited over ten years were finally within reach of being finished. These repairs have made the house feel more complete. Last night, after looking at some organizational tools for kitchens. I finally found an example of  shelves that I have near my sink. They have a use and until last night, was never able to find an example of how they are used.  As soon as,  I got the idea I moved the dried beans in jars to the shelves. The kitchen now looks more put together than it has since I moved in.

I also feel like our space does mimic our lives. As we get more clarity it dominoes into other areas of  our lives as well.

Penny J.

Raven Hawke, Llc  (MN, USA)

http://www.facebook.com/ravenhawkellcusa

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Planting That Garden

This garden can be a real backyard garden or a garden that is part of your soul.

Both will bear fruit, vegetables or new ideas. It’s all on how you nurture and tend to this garden.

Weeds can be the green kind that silently sneak into the garden at night and magically appear by day. They can also be dream killers that will rip your dreams to shreds.

Think carefully about who you allow into your garden.

Every person who plants seeds wants to be on the receiving end of their harvest.

Make sure that you are present for your harvest when it’s finally ready.

Penny J.

Raven Hawke, Llc  (MN, USA)

http://www.facebook.com/ravenhawkellcusa

http://www.ravenhawke.net

info@ravenhawke.net