3 WAYS YOU CAN IMMEDIATELY TWEAK YOUR SPACE TO ATTRACT MORE ABUNDANCE

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Have you ever walked into a nice restaurant with great atmosphere and experienced a change in your vibe?

You may have even start acting differently than you normally would.

The same thing happens if you walk into an overcrowded, loud, disgustingly dirty place and you instantly feel annoyed and pissed off.

The environment that surrounds you plays a HUGE role in how you feel which results in what you’re attracting (or NOT attracting) into your life.

So imagine how your home or office, where you spend MOST of your life, could be affecting you.

Today I’m chatting with LifeSTYLIST & Author Desha Peacock about this very topic.

Desha is the creator of Sweet Spot Style has just launched her first book “Create the Style You Crave on a Budget You Can Afford: A Sweet Spot Guide to Home Decor”.

She describes the book as visual eye candy (and it is!), but what’s really cool is that she combines personal development with home decor.

She teaches how creatively expressing yourself in your home (within your budget) can help
you create the life you want.

In today’s video, Desha is going to share 3 ways you can immediately tweak your space to attract more abundance.

Below are the links I promised:

Desha’s new book: Signed copy: “Create the Style You Crave on a Budget You Can Afford: A Sweet Spot Guide to Home Decor”.

Or you can find an unsigned copy on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Desha’s website: http://www.sweetspotstyle.com/

Photo Cred: Woodward Photography 

And don’t forget to share your thoughts and ideas with us!

What tips are you putting into practice first? Do you have any tips of your own that you could share?

Tell us in the comments below!

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  1. Janelle

    LOVED IT! Thanks for an awesome interview! We are moving at the end of July and I am pretty excited to just get rid of so much stuff and start over in a new place. Thanks for these great tips!

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  2. Stacey

    I do have a vision board, but have never used a “vision book” …picking up a notebook today so I can start living the vision each and every day! I may challenge myself to do one page a day, full of quotes/images that speak to me based upon how I am feeling, and we’ll see what happens! If you believe it, you can achieve it, right? Thanks for a great video!

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  3. Shannon Elhart

    What a great and fun and inspiring interview – thank you (both)!!

    I have a love.hate relationship with tip #1 bc I am such a pile maker – with papers. I totally agree with what energy this creates, so it’s on my list of to-dos for the weekend. I just need a consistent effort so I don’t keep creating piles – ugh.

    I have been practicing Gratitude consistently since 2007, and it is SO powerful! I even wrote an e.book on it ‘Year of Gratitude’ which walks people through a year of unique gratitude exercises… that’s how much I believe in it!!

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    1. Desha Peacock

      Love this Shannon. Paper is a killer, isn’t it? I have to go through my office constantly b/c it just stacks up so fast. Lately, I’ve been using those big brown fold over folders with a black elastic band- do you know the ones? I think you can get them at Staples or sometimes luck out and find them at the dollar store (where I found mind, they also come in army green). I love the feeling of containing the papers in that type of folder something about the black elastic makes me feel like a professional/artist.

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  4. Clare J Fitzgerald

    Interesting interview Shannon.

    I really like the idea of a vision book. I’ve never thought of doing that before. I love to draw my thoughts and ideas on paper with different colour pens, so I’m thinking I might pull that together in a book and maybe add some pictures.

    thanks for the tips

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  5. Anne Omland

    Great interview! All of these tips are really helpful. I’m especially drawn to the 3rd on taking action. I’m a doer so this always helps me feel productive and like I’m doing all I can. I also love the tip on gratitude- we can never have enough! Thanks for sharing Desha and Susan! x

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  6. Nikki Elledge Brown

    Deshaaaa so lovely to finally “meet” you (and realize I’ve been mispronouncing your name in my head for about a year now)! ;)

    Great discussion, ladies. Fave story tip is not to forget GRATITUDE! All too easy when we focus on the goal to focus on the “half empty” part as opposed to the drops in the bucket.

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