With the Year of the Water Tiger comes opportunities for new beginnings, strength and courage. According to Chinese Zodiac forecasts, those born under the sign of the Ox, Goat, Rabbit, Dragon, Horse, and Rooster are going to be among the luckiest this year or will otherwise have a smooth journey throughout these coming 365 days – at least, that’s what the stars say.

When it all boils down to it, luck and opportunities are solely your responsibility. Sure, they can come in at the most unexpected times but at the end of the day, it’s up to you to take advantage of it. And having a home whose doors are open to these opportunities of prosperity can go a long way. Here are a few tips to attract prosperity in your condo in Laguna.

Declutter and Tidy Up

One of the best things you can do to start a more prosperous New Year is to get rid of the things that don’t spark joy. Dispose of old items that you feel needs to be replaced or just taken out of your home. Whether it’s an old dresser or an oversized desk, if it needs to be replaced or just generally makes you feel bad, decluttering can help you save a lot of space and make room for better things.

You also need to do a little spring cleaning for your home to prepare it to receive abundance. If you don’t have a checklist with a schedule of your maintenance duties, now’s the perfect time to make one. Clean your rooms one by one and make sure they’re neat and tidy for the New Year.

Try Something New In Interior Design

Since the New Year is symbolic of new things and new beginnings, you might want to consider trying to design your home in a different way. There are a lot of interior design themes you can look into, but if you want to be thematic, you can do two methods: Minimalism and Feng Shui.

Feng Shui is the Chinese practice of trying to create balance with the natural world in our interior spaces. Marie Kondo (a proponent of the minimalist lifestyle movement) is actually considered an enthusiast of this particular practice. Without getting too technical, Feng Shue is essentially based on common-sense principles of putting more space in your home and at the same time exploring your connection to it. Minimalism employs the same principles of creating more space and having design elements fulfill a certain purpose.

Whether it’s fitting your home with elements that contribute to Feng Shui or you’ve decided to live a minimalist lifestyle, doing something new for your home really does a lot to change its atmosphere. A change of atmosphere helps alleviate mood and gets you out of any inhibiting vibe that you might be experiencing.

Optimize Your Home For Working

With the pandemic slowly being dealt with, there’s a large possibility that working from home is going to be a regular thing – it is the dawn of a new normal after all. Regardless if you’re employed or own a business, a clean and quiet workplace helps you work and make business decisions better. With a better mind going into the workplace, you attract more prosperity and abundance.

Buy yourself a new desk to help simulate an office, fashion one of the rooms of your condominium into an office room exclusively for work, and do whatever you need to do to avoid the distractions of mundane life.

Pick Up New Habits and Hobbies

Along with optimizing your home for office work, you’d like to strike a balance by picking up new hobbies and habits. These habits and hobbies need to do two things: 1) keep you physically and mentally active and 2) stop you from spending unreasonable hours at work. It can be a hobby to better your physical and mental fitness, or if you’re a more creative type, you can take up painting or sketching.

So long as these hobbies and habits make you feel fulfilled and discourage you from neglecting life outside work, having them is good for you. This kind of work-life balance helps you live a fuller life and allows you to live in the moment.

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