Mindset Interiors Therapy & Feng Shui Relationships

Is the atmosphere chilly at home?

Nov 19, 2020

Chill winter walks and coming home to…

Just insert what matters most when you come home.

Maybe it’s hot chocolate, a warm bath, curling up under a blanket or snuggling with someone you love.

That cosy, feel-good sensation means so much. 

And it doesn’t matter whether you just got home from work or you’ve been squelching through mud, jumping in puddles and thrashing through piles of crunchy brown leaves. (It can’t just be me surely?)

So why is it that so many homes don’t feel welcoming or offer a delicious sanctuary to the people who live in them?

Why do families split off into different rooms rather than spend quality time together.

How many homes ring with angry words than roaring laughter and uncontrolled giggles?

Who would prefer not to come home to a brittle arctic chill?

It mostly boils down to the energy of the space. Unhappy homes create grouchy, tense, stressed people.

Fix the energy of the home and possessions and fix the stress, fix the tension and find the happy. Easy!

What? Too simple? Too trite? I don’t know the half of what’s going on for you?

I wouldn’t be too sure about that. I’ve been there, done that and discarded a whole lot of t-shirts!

What I have learned in the last 25 years is that problems at home aren’t to do with the people in it. People just respond to what’s around them – and you do too.

It’s the impact of your possessions, the memories, the angst which hangs on your walls, hides in your cupboards and seeps into your consciousness whenever you’re at home.

You can sort this out whenever you like. All it takes is to know what you are looking for, where to find it and how to deal with it.

I can help.

I’d love to help.

I am here to help YOU!

It’s what I do.

Open your eyes to what’s happening in YOUR home. Fix the situation and move forward into a brighter 2021.

And have a great day!

Suzanne Roynon is an Interiors Therapist, speaker, mentor and award winning author of ‘Welcome Home, How Stuff Makes or Breaks your Relationship’ (Panoma Press £14.99)