All of us are guilty, at least to some extent of hoarding stuff. We hold on to old things--be it clothes, books, utensils, footwear, knick-knacks or some such, that form the minutiae of our daily lives. Many a time these add to the the clutter too. Rare is the home which looks like the above pic.
It is an entire philosophy, and a new approach. I read the book back to back, and immediately put into use the methods described in the book. I must tell you how wonderful I felt! I never thought that I could be that organised.
Clearing clutter, and the stuff that you no longer have use for, does release 'blocked energy.' There is no scientific or rational explanation for this. I only know that it works for me. Any Feng Shui practitioner and loads of Eastern Schools of belief will confirm this.
I always make it a point to give away things I no longe…
A bit of news I have is this FUN and EASY contest that we are running, where two winners will be flown to Mumbai to attend Women Writers Fest
(click on link to know all details) with me ! We will also take care of
the hotel stay for a night. And ALL participants will get an assured surprise in their inbox on 28th Feb! We started it today, and it goes on till 25th feb.
Isn't this Fabulous? I am very excited about it!
What do you have to do to enter?
a pic with 'Life is What You Make it' and post it on YOUR social media
(blog, facebook, Twitter, Instagram--anything you like and use the
hashtag #LifeWithPreeti so we find it. Also set your account to public! Please make it a post (as stories disappear in 24 hours) We have already started receiving
pictures from as far as Kedarkanth. I am absolutely loving it, and it is
so moving and wonderful to see all the pictures.
I have a lot of news to share with you, though if you have been following me …
I am writing this post so that the next time I get a request, I can just send this link and avoid repetitive email exchanges or explanations. I get invites from MANY colleges and many corporate organisations, throughout the country. The requests are many more than I can handle.
'Ma'am, we are your huge fans..We will display all your books...we will take care of your travel and stay but we don't have a budget for speaker fees.. We must tell you that X,Y and Z, including Abdul Kalam spoke at our college and they did not charge any fees .'. This is the general tone of emails.Many
of the college festivals that invite me have music concerts and would not hesitate to spend huge amounts for paying the singers and flying the performers in. And so, what shocks me is that the colleg…