Get Your Calm On!

November 26, 2010 by  
Filed under Challenge Space

How good are you at saying those two little letters? n.o. ? I want to share a little secret. I’ve been dropping a few little hints… you may have seen some tweets… but so far it’s all been real hush hush. But first, a quick story. It’s the story I haven’t told. About a woman […]

The Power of Music in Our Life

November 26, 2010 by  
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Once again, we welcome Stephanie Crawford as our guest writer today. More about Stephanie below. I read the word harmony I immediately think music. The genre of music isn’t too important to me. I’m not terribly fussy when it comes to music. I love music, listening to music, the harmonies, the tunes, the structures and […]

Your Life, The Musical

November 22, 2010 by  
Filed under A-ha! Space

It probably comes as no surprise to you that I love movie musicals. I’m one of “those” people who, although we don’t seem to have any distinguishing physical characteristics or markedly different facial features (I don’t think?), we nonetheless seem to radiate an aura of “Judy Garland is my idol. I know every Gershwin and/or […]

Experiment with Your Own Sense of Harmony

November 22, 2010 by  
Filed under Design Space

Many designers can create a beautiful interior, but few can create a harmonious one. This month’s opening quote by Doug Floyd applies to interiors as well. You don’t get a harmonious space when you use the same colour, or layout, or furniture. You have to have some highs and lows, and everything in between. There […]

Harmony is spelled f.a.m.i.l.y.

November 15, 2010 by  
Filed under Serenity Space

Harmony, at first thought, sounds like such a wonderful thing, doesn’t it? Everything running smoothly. Everything calm. No friction. No problems. No arguments. Soaring, free, easy… Sound too good to be true? Yeah, it probably is. I’ve experienced moments of it. Moments of pure joy, when all is right in my world. I’ve laid in […]

Harmony – A Writing Prompt

November 15, 2010 by  
Filed under Memoir Space

There are times when writing is like singing a favorite song — the pen can barely keep up with the hand as the words fly onto the paper. But at other times, writing is more akin to singing a dirge — thoughts come so slowly, none of the words make sense, and the writing rhythm […]

Singing with the animals

November 8, 2010 by  
Filed under Living Space

One of my favourite books of all time is a children’s book called “The Old Man Who Loved to Sing” by John Winch. “In a quiet valley far from the city lived an old man who loved to sing. When he wasn’t singing, he whistled, and when he wasn’t whistling, he played music on an […]

Spiritual Harmony

November 8, 2010 by  
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Just reflecting on the word ‘harmony’ I begin to feel as if it might actually be possible! It’s a little onamatopoeic (not quite but close). As I write, I feel anything but harmony. We have just moved offices from a sleepy little suburban location ten minutes from my home with trees and grass and small […]

Creating Balance and Harmony in Your Home

November 8, 2010 by  
Filed under Feng Shui Space

The theme for this month ‘Harmony’ fits so perfectly for the Feng Shui space. Over 12 years ago, when I started my business, I called it Harmony Inside & Out, and that’s because that’s what Feng Shui does – it helps you create harmony on the outside, in your physical space, which in turn brings harmony […]

We’re Talking About Harmony

November 1, 2010 by  
Filed under The Space

You don’t get harmony when everybody sings the same note. ~Doug Floyd Sometimes in our struggle to fit in, to be ‘just like the others’, we forget that we are unique and it’s that very uniqueness that makes us awesome! Harmony comes from different notes, different voices, different sounds, all working well together. Not, as […]

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