Designing homes for health and well-being may seem like a new design trend, but creating healthy homes is a concept that's been around for thousands of years thanks to the practice of feng shui.
After learning more about feng shui I was amazed at the correlation between the healthy home design principles I follow and the principles of feng shui.
That's why I was so excited to talk with feng shui expert Peg Donahue on this week's Healthy Home Design podcast episode.
Peg gives us the feng shui basics we need to start including the principles into our homes.
I learned so much from our conversation together, and I can't wait to start implementing these strategies into my future home designs.
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What You'll Discover:
- Principles of feng shui
- How feng shui relates to healthy home design
- The most important areas to focus on from a feng shui perspective when designing a home
- What a bagua map is and how it relates to your home
Connect with Peg:
Download Peg's feng shui Bagua Map.
Visit Peg's website: Feng Shui Connections
Email Peg: email@example.com
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More about Peg:
Peg Donahue is a feng shui consultant, personal empowerment coach, teacher, speaker, and author. She has an MBA from Boston University and a BA from Georgetown University, along with three professional feng shui certifications and certifications in coaching, intuitive development and healthy buildings. In 2015, she received Southern NH University’s 2015 Excellence in Teaching Award as an Adjunct Instructor.
After a successful database marketing career, Peg founded Feng Shui Connections in 2001 out of a strong desire to help people succeed and easily achieve their life desires and dreams. She co-authored Money is an Energy Game in 2020, contributed to Success Manifesto with Brian Tracy, in 2016, and co-authored Dorm Room Feng Shui in 2005.
Peg enjoys helping people to live and work in healthy and vibrant spaces, to master the art of thriving with ease and joy.