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Living in a garage, so poor she could barely feed her dog, and rapidly hitting bottom, author Barb Rogers was desperate to just try anything. She combated and overcame her situation by prayer, choosing to be happy, and improving the flow of chi in her life. And the results were nothing short of dramatic. In these three books, part of the Just Try This series, Rogers shares the simple methods that helped her triumph over incredible adversity. These books are down-to-earth and easy to use. Readers can incorporate Rogers' wisdom and exercises into their lives every day, and they can experience the same dramatic improvements that she did. Feng Shui in a Day offers Barb Rogers' quick and easy fixes to let the power of chi work its magic on any home, in any life. Organized room by room, the book offers invaluable tips for improving health, relationships, and careers by bringing order and serenity into any surrounding. So easy that anyone can practice feng shui for just pennies--and completely redo their home in only one day--the book contains clear, easy-to-use charts to show readers how best to direct chi in the bedroom, living room, office, bathroom, and hallways. "I did drastic feng shui and expected dramatic results... and I got them," writes Rogers. "In my mind, if you expect a little, that's what you'll get. Set your sights on the stars." By practicing the advice in Feng Shui in a Day, readers can experience the same dramatic results in all aspects of their lives.

Topics: Interior Decorating, Tips & Tricks, Happiness, Home Improvement, Prescriptive, Inspirational, Philosophical, Guides, On the Cheap, and How-To Guides

Published: Red Wheel on
ISBN: 9781609251130
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