Feng shui: Balance the good from bad




Mackenzie HurlbertCopy Editor

Our dorm room is a combination of both office and sleep space. There’s a desk and a bed; a desk lamp and an alarm clock. It’s a work place and bedroom melded into one space, and this clash of two very different worlds can cause some stress and tension to lurk beneath the surface of your dorm life. How to fix this?

My first tip is to not do homework in bed; that will make your body associate your bed with work rather than sleep.

My second tip is to consider the elements of Feng Shui, which translates to “wind-water” and is a Chinese art of balancing energy (Chi) within one’s life and space in order to maintain health and fortune. Does it work? The only way to answer this question is to try it out and see for yourself.

To start, you need…

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