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Arranging Your Creative Space with Feng Shui Workshop
For Immediate Release: February 18, 2013
Contact: Carol M. Olmstead
Santa Fe, NM – Feng Shui expert Carol M. Olmstead of Feng Shui For Real Life will present the hands-on workshop Arranging Your Creative Space with Feng Shui on Sunday, March 3, from 1:00pm-2:30pm, at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque. The workshop is among the kick-off events for Women & Creativity 2013, an annual celebration of women’s creativity and entrepreneurship coordinated by the National Hispanic Cultural Center and the Harwood Art Center in Albuquerque in collaboration with 35 local and regional partners and artists. Cost of the workshop is $19 and early registration is recommended as space is limited.
“Most of us spend the bulk of our time at the workplace or in a home office, which makes it important to have a special place where you can let your creative juices flow,” said Olmstead. “A few Feng Shui changes in your creative space can have big results in terms of inspiration and creativity.” Olmstead is encouraging workshop participants to bring a floor plan or diagram of their creative space for her to analyze and rearrange to encourage creativity.
A Certified Feng Shui practitioner for more than 15 years, Carol Olmstead has taught thousands of clients, students, and readers the simple secrets of using Feng Shui to rearrange spaces, shift energy, and transform their lives. She is author of the award winning book, the “Feng Shui Quick Guide For Home and Office – Secrets For Attracting Wealth, Harmony, and Love,” which is available at area bookstores and Amazon.com.
About Women & Creativity 2013
Carol M. Olmstead of Feng Shui For Real Life, is a Presenting Partner with the 8th annual Women & Creativity 2013. Celebrating the creative community, Women & Creativity is an annual celebration of women’s creativity and entrepreneurship coordinated by the National Hispanic Cultural Center and the Harwood Art Center in Albuquerque in collaboration with 35 local and regional partners and artists. Events take place during the month of March to coincide with Women’s History Month, and include presentations, performances, art exhibitions/installations, workshops, classes, cinema, demonstrations, interactive events, and other examples of women and men working creatively across diverse fields. The schedule of all events is available at womenandcreativity.org.