Wednesday, April 15, 2015


Good Feng Shui says Book Writers need to 'createspace'  that is inspiring, an area that nurtures the soul and encourages you to finish your 'work in progress.'

Creative Workspace
Are you a writer, author, journalist or blogger? Do you write stories for children or report the facts for a how-to book? Are you creating drama in sci-fi or a crime novel? No matter what your genre, you must create a special area that is calling you to write/work. Every time you enter the space, walk by or take a quick peak... it should draw you in, be free of  'stuff'' and make you feel good, so that your inspiration blossoms and grows. 
A known fact is that you are a product of your environment, so take a good look around and see if 
your current writing space is busy, cluttered or unappealing. If this is the case, then your mind is most likely overactive, full of useless chatter and giving you excuses 'not to write.' 

Author - Mallory

1. Post an inspiring name for your work-in-progress project directly in front of you. (The name will change as you progress and should eventually match the content and the cover when your project is completed.)
2. Keep an attractive journal nearby for ideas, notes, inspiration. Make notes in point-form only. Be organized and create a list for each week and follow or update it daily. Check off your accomplishments and write for success and financial gain.
3. Have 'nothing' around your creative space so all positive energy comes to you and not your 'stuff.'
4. Be situated near light (window, lamp, etc) for 'fire' energy. Have a healthy plant in SE corner to increase wealth.
5. Put away all papers, pens, staplers, books, mail, and absolutely all things that could cause distraction and negative energy. Clear the air, and clear the space!

An empty room has 100% positive energy, unless damaged. Add a desk, chair, rug, lamp and this energy drops to 80%... add a laptop, printer, couch, artwork, files and books, it drops to 40%... add tables, papers, bills (negative energy) etc and it drops again to less than 25%. The less you have around you, the more positive energy surrounds you whether creating on the comfort of your couch, on the dining room table or in a special cozy corner.

Keep positive, be creative and Write!

Thank you for sharing, it is much appreciated ~ Mallory 

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