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In the midst of these strange and stressful times, the once-annual need to do a spring clean remains a constant (despite the fact that it is, by definition, a chore). Or rather, a laundry list of them: excavate the junk drawer, vacuum under the couch, wipe the counter tops, clean out the closet. For some of us, the clean home that emerges from the clutter is true bliss. But what if spring cleaning could improve the balance and productivity of your apartment (or in this article’s case, your office), instead of just tidying a space? This is the magic of feng shui — in bringing more harmony to your workspace, it also subsequently improves your productivity, not to mention the overall quality of your work.
According to expert Anjie Cho, feng shui “looks at how to improve the flow of energy around you so that you can create the most harmony with your environment and your space.” Importantly, she says that “in terms of your workspace, this affects how well you can concentrate, how well you can do your work, and how you can position yourself so that you can have advantages.”
In other words, feng shui has the potential to do wonders for your work. And if you want to get real specific, Cho says, focus on your desk, which represents your career.
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